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1 hr ago | Nanaimo Daily News
While foreclosures remain a concern in select states, the number of U.S. homes entering the path to foreclosure or winding up repossessed by lenders has fallen to levels not seen in more than six years.
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1 hr ago | WBAY-TV Green Bay
Composer Steven Sametz has written dozens of pieces in his long and prolific career, perhaps none so personal as the one he's about to begin: a requiem for the victims of the massacre in... Composer Steven Sametz has written dozens of pieces in his long and prolific career, perhaps none so personal as the one he's about to begin: a requiem for the ... (more)
A member of the Minnesota National Guard and self-described commander of a militia group was charged Wednesday with stealing names, Social Security numbers and security clearance levels of roughly 400 members of his former Army unit in Fort Bragg, N.C., so he could make fake IDs for his militia members.
Walking out of a private conference room beneath the Capitol Building on Tuesday, Republican House members looked tired.
The signing of the order Wednesday marks the court's formal approval and a major milestone in the bankruptcy of the troubled mortgage lending and service company.
Star Exemption: The deadline is approaching for applying for the Star Exemption.
Advocates for enhancing the Canada Pension Plan say they are approaching the consensus required to press ahead with reform that would see both premiums and benefits rise in the future.
As Congress looked to restore some spending to defense and federal agencies ordered cut two years ago, it needed other ways to offset that.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel likes to talk about his city as a thriving center of commerce and a modern transportation hub.
U.S. banks will be barred in most cases from trading for their own profit under a federal rule approved Tuesday.
With the cost of attending a four-year college easily inching into the six figures these days, you might be tempted to dip into your retirement savings to help cover your child's education.
But Republicans aren't likely to acquiesce lightly. They've blocked the North Carolina Democrat's nomination for months and could still use a collection of procedural hurdles to stymie – or at least delay – the nomination to draw more public scrutiny to the pick.
The Toronto stock market closed higher Monday as investors bought up battered gold miners along with financial stocks that slipped last week in the wake of earnings reports from the big banks.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party on Monday backed a deal to form a new German government with its center-left rivals, putting aside concerns over concessions that include a national minimum wage and a move to make it easier for some people to retire early.
Americans' wealth reached an all-time high this summer, buoyed by record-setting stock prices and a healthy recovery in home values.
In this March 22, 2012 photo is Judge Steven Rhodes in Detroit. Rhodes, overseeing Detroit's bankruptcy case, is making sure that the impact on people is front and center in his courtroom.