Pot remains illegal under federal law, but the Justice Department is reviewing plans that would let the industry bank legally.
Richmond plans to buy negative-equity loans and help owners refinance. The drastic action it vows to take if lenders don't play along is somewhat less comforting.
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The difference is so small that it's almost meaningless, but lending executives are still surprised at how low the rates are.
If you have direct deposit and bill pay, you may feel like the hassle of moving just isn't worth it. But it may well be worth your trouble. Here's how to make a smooth transition.
Darryl Lane Woods has pleaded guilty to spending $381,000 in TARP funds on a waterfront spot in Florida.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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