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  • Moody's cuts ratings of four big banks on reduced bailout chance

    Moody's cuts ratings of four big banks on reduced bailout chance
    WASHINGTON -- Moody's Investor Services on Friday said it cut the credit ratings for four big U.S. banks because of reduced chances the government would bail them out in a future crisis. The ratings for bank holding company debt of JP Morgan Chase & Co....
  • BofA's legal costs mount in Countrywide mortgage fiasco

    NEW YORK — A federal judge will soon decide how much Bank of America should pay for some of Countrywide Financial Corp.'s sins in the lead-up to the financial crisis. Federal prosecutors want BofA to pay $864 million after the bank's stinging...
  • Lincoln County property transfers published June 6

    Lincoln County property transfers published June 6
    Property transfers recorded in the office of Lincoln County Clerk George O. “Sonny” Spoonamore IV. Cathy L. Conder to Ray and Arvileen Arnold, one acre on Bob Johnson Road, in Ellison Ridge area, gift, fair cash value of property conveyed is...
  • Lincoln County property transfers published July 18

    Lincoln County property transfers published July 18
    Property transfers recorded in the office of Lincoln County Clerk George O. “Sonny” Spoonamore IV. Ryan Scott Spahr, executor of the Vivian P. Spahr estate, to Rebecca L. Foley, 0.47 acre in Withers Place Subdivision, located on Lee Drive,...
  • William and Mary receivers feel pressure to produce

    William and Mary receivers feel pressure to produce
    Ryan Moody interned this summer with the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York. The location was better than the job. "I'm not a number-crunching guy," he said. Here are some more numbers William and Mary's most experienced wide receiver does not...
  • Memories of Sept. 11: 'You could see a war between good and evil'

    Memories of Sept. 11: 'You could see a war between good and evil'
    Bob Berry of Newport News stood at the entrance to the New York Stock Exchange on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. First in line for the next group tour, he looked up at the clear, blue sky and saw something he could not explain “There’s paper...
  • Day of terror in New York: Pages from a reporter's 9/11 journal

    Day of terror in New York: Pages from a reporter's 9/11 journal
    The brown-leather journal is my passport to Sept. 11, 2001. When I hold it in my hands, images and memories are no further away than yesterday. I had no notebook with me when my husband and I dropped our children, 8 and 4, at school that morning. Then...
  • Occupy Pittsburgh goes quietly as D.C., Oakland resist

     
    Occupy Pittsburgh begins dismantling camp as Monday deadline looms. A judge on Thursday upheld an eviction order by the private owner of Mellon Green, the property occupied....
  • Number of Californians entering foreclosure jumps in third quarter

     
    A big August surge in foreclosure actions by Bank of America and Bank of New York sent the number of California homeowners entering foreclosure to levels not seen in a year....
  • Major companies file brief against DOMA: Discrimination is bad for business

     
    In a major and somewhat unusual move, over 70 major businesses and organizations filed a legal brief stating their opposition to the anti-gay “Defense of Marriage Act” (DOMA), which bans federal recognition of same-sex marriages. Some of the...
  • European bond yields dive again as crisis fears ease

     
    European markets rally despite disappointment the ECB didn't take stronger steps to help bolster the financial system...
  • Bank is going after Dorworth’s house again

     
    By Rene Stutzman, Orlando Sentinel   The mortgage company that loaned $1.5 million to Chris Dorworth, the Lake Mary Republican who's slated to become Speaker of the Florida House, is once again moving to take away his Heathrow mansion. After suing him for...