Strategic defaulters plan ahead

WASHINGTON – April 27, 2011 – People who default on mortgages they can afford to pay are savvy about credit...

Proposed bills would make voting harder for many Floridians

TALLAHASSEE— College students seeking to vote at their campus precinct will find it harder to do. So will women who'v...

Broward leads state in foreclosure aid applications

Broward County leads the state with 1,638 applications for Florida’s $1 billion foreclosure prevention program after ...

Fed chief Ben Bernanke faces decision on inflation

Reporting from Washington— With the well-being of millions of Americans and the U.S. economy at a pivotal point, Fede...

The Progressive Budget Alternative

I’ve been remiss in not calling attention to the budget proposal from the Congressional Progressive Caucus. It’s no...

Republicans Downplay Urgency Of Raising Debt Ceiling

WASHINGTON -- Failing to raise the nation's debt ceiling would be less damaging than allowing the deficit to continue t...

Local ‘robo-signer’ alleges her signatures were forged

West Palm Beach resident Liz Mills learned she was a robo-signer when a friend suggested she search her own name...

The Credit Rating Hoax

Standard & Poor’s, the self-righteous credit-rating agency, has a damn lot of nerve. It provoked scary headlines ...

Bank of America Wins Dismissal From Countrywide Mortgage Securities Suit

  Bank of America Corp. (BAC) was dismissed from a lawsuit brought by investors who bought mortgage-backed securities...

A Crack in Wall Street’s Defenses

TWO individual investors just scored a remarkable win against Citigroup. A few weeks ago, the pair was awarded a tota...

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