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Bump stocks, like the Las Vegas shooter used, should be "regulated differently," he says.
“The hypocrisy is beyond belief," CEO Wayne LaPierre said Thursday.
The departure is reportedly due to "editorial differences."
Medicare does have long-term solvency issues, because the U.S. has the highest health care costs in the world. As a percentage
“If a car is properly restored, damages don't necessarily affect the value, especially in the circumstance of a rare Ferrari
This unit was designed to act as a "prudential regulator" over all the operations of firms like Goldman Sachs, Merrill, Bear
Just because the SEC filed a lawsuit, it doesn't mean they will win. Goldman Sachs could easily prevail. Before we start breaking out the champagne, let's look at what is actually going on.
During the Reagan-Bush-Clinton-Bush years the center of American politics was pushed about a hundred degrees to the Right. Obama gets elected and tries to move it about a half degree leftward and all we hear are screams of "socialism!"
The victims of the hit and run economic crimes of this period expect and deserve much more. Years from now, there will be ample time for a leisurely stroll through the history of this crisis. Now is the time for action.
Cox's father, Ed, was named state GOP chairman in September and has clashed with many GOP bigwigs including Rudy Giuliani
Bernie Madoff swore he'd acted alone when he pleaded guilty to his $65 billion Ponzi scheme. It was a preposterous claim
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The five enforcement officials caught a morning Acela train bound for Washington. Based at the New York office of the Securities
To the bitter end, George W. Bush is proving to anybody willing to listen that he is not only the worst president in United States history but also just a horrible human being.
U.S. regulators working to untangle Bernard Madoff's alleged $50 billion Ponzi scheme are probing other money managers suspected
If we're going to minutely examine autoworkers' wages, and dictate the travel plans of one industry we are bailing out, then it seems eminently reasonable to do the same for the banking industry.