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A few months ago, I wrote a check for $12,000 but couldn't figure out exactly why. The payment was to secure a place for my mother at Sligo Creek...
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says it's punishing the banking giant's actions in its mortgage and auto loan businesses.

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A few months ago, I wrote a check for $12,000 but couldn't figure out exactly why. The payment was to secure a place for my mother at Sligo Creek...
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Africa's last absolute monarch has marked his country's 50th birthday with a rather unconventional gift: a different name. During Golden Jubilee...
NPR News 56 minutes ago
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says it's punishing the banking giant's actions in its mortgage and auto loan businesses.
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The American Federation of Teachers said Thursday that it is cutting its financial ties with Wells Fargo as a result of the banking giant's...
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A gunman shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in a restaurant in Gilchrist County, Fla., on Thursday, in an attack that seems to have come with no...
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Where other chefs might see kitchen trash, Tim Ma finds treasure — for his culinary creations, and his bottom line. In Ma's kitchen at his popular...
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In April 1968, the United States was grieving. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated by a white nationalist. Cities burned with riots...
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Within seconds, a bright, white flash erupted on the lower deck of West Delta 105 E, an oil-production platform positioned a dozen miles off the...
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The spring thaw is upon us, and parched western states will be watching closely as snows melt and rivers rise. Fancy satellites monitor water levels...
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Tuesday's tax day computer glitch at the IRS prevented the agency from accepting millions of tax returns and forced the IRS to extend the filing...
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Politics isn't always red or blue. Lately, it's all about green. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., plans to introduce legislation on...
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April is a hard month for Paula Reed - even though it has been for 19 years. April 20 is the anniversary of the Columbine massacre. That day in...
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In a congressional district that is considered as red as the sun is bright, Democrats see a tiny opening in an upcoming special election in Arizona...
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Teachers in Arizona held a strike vote on Thursday launching a first-ever statewide walkout turning down a proposed pay raise demanding instead...
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That's one new detail included in copies of the memoranda sent by the Justice Department to Congress on Thursday evening in response to a request...
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A lot of the stories in the memos have been previously reported, but there is greater detail than seen before, and some new conversations.
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U.S. District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan issued the preliminary injunction Thursday evening, minutes before an 8 p.m. deadline to stop the transfer. The...
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A researcher was surveying seabirds off the coast of Vancouver Island when he spotted something unexpected: a huge group of common bottlenose...
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For more than 70 years historians have wondered what happened to a Nazi U-boat that went missing after going "on the run" following the German...
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