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Rep. Maloney: Voters have spoken, they want to stop the gridlock

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, (D-NY), on the midterm elections.

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  1. Delaware AG: Not Ready To Sign Foreclosure Settlement

    Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden on the pending settlement that would force banks to overhaul their mortgage service practices.

  2. US Bancorp Confirms Foreclosure Talks Extend To Regional Banks

    U.S. Bancorp Inc. (USB) on Wednesday confirmed that negotiations between banks, regulators and state attorneys general to settle messy foreclosures now include regio...

  3. Massachusetts AG Sees Foreclosure Deals, But Has Concerns

    Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said it is likely some states will settle with mortgage lenders over allegations of improper foreclosure practices, and...

  4. FDA Releases Warning Letter on Novartis Violations

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro on FDA releasing a letter over Novartis failing to fix repeated manufacturing violations.

  5. Mass. AG Suing Big Banks Over Foreclosures

    Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is suing a handful of huge banks over what she calls "unlawful and deceptive conduct" in the foreclosure process. Her o...

  6. Mass. AG Slaps 5 Banks With Foreclosure Suit

    The Massachusetts attorney general has filed a lawsuit against five large U.S. banks accusing them of deceptive foreclosure practices, such as robo-signing.Attorney ...

  7. H&R Block Settles Massachusetts Subprime Probe

    H&R Block Inc agreed to modify $115 million of home loans and make a $9.8 million payment to resolve charges by Massachusetts that the company's former Option One su...

  8. Scott Brown Swings on Campaign Promises

    Radio host Michael Graham and Boston Tea Party President Christen Varley react to Sen. Scott Brown’s vote on financial regulation.

  9. President Knows Best?

    FBN's David Asman sounds off on the continued arrogance of President Obama.

  10. Coakley on Next Steps in Financial Reform

    Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley on her fight against subprime mortgage lenders and the future of financial reform.

  11. Primaries: Backlash Against Obama?

    FoxNews.com contributor Andrea Tantaros on why the primaries were a victory for the Tea Party Movement, not Republicans, and why the euro may be in trouble.

  12. The Price Police

    May 7, 2010 09:11 AM UTC by John StosselThe Price PoliceLast weekend, a water main broke in Boston. Then the state government got involved and quickly solved the pro...

  1. Charles Payne debates Hillary Clinton’s war on business?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Chapwood Investments’ Ed Butowsky, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on Hillary Clinton’s comments on business.

  2. Has President Obama become a liability for Democrats in midterms?

    FNC political analyst Doug Schoen and Boston Herald Columnist Adriana Cohen on the midterm elections.

  3. BofA's Countrywide To Pay $17 Mln To Massachusetts

    The former mortgage giant Countrywide will pay more than $17 million in a settlement with Massachusetts over mortgage-backed securities. Bank of America Corp. , whic...

  4. State Attorneys General Target Target

    Four state attorneys general now say they are demanding answers from Target, as the threat of class action lawsuits from customers mounts.Massachusetts attorney gene...

  5. Former Goldman banker settles SEC 'pay-to-play' charges

    A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. investment banker has agreed to a five-year securities industry ban and a record fine to settle Securities and Exchange Commission ...

  6. First Lawsuit Filed as Meningitis Outbreak Grows

    The pharmacy at the center of a deadly U.S. meningitis outbreak possibly linked to tainted steroid injections faced mounting federal and state scrutiny on Thursday, ...

  7. Fannie and Freddie Reflate Housing?

    The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) says in a new report that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have to date conducted 1.1 million permanent loan modifications.The FH...

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