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Saturday, February 4, 2023

Panel to examine Countrywide, bankruptcy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Countrywide Financial Corp, which is being investigated for its treatment of some foreclosed homeowners in bankruptcy court, will testify on Tuesday at a U.S. Senate panel hearing, a senior Democratic senator said on Wednesday.

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Student loan bill advances, Bush will sign

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved legislation aimed at stabilizing the student loan market and heading off what lenders warn could be a shortage of loans in coming months as millions of college students lock in their finances before heading to school.

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Obama wants pro-Clinton group investigated

WASHINGTON (AP) — Barack Obama’s presidential campaign wants federal regulators to investigate fellow Democrats who are backing Hillary Rodham Clinton’s candidacy, taking intraparty discord to a new level of confrontation….

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The Wright stuff???

I just don’t understand why anything the pastor of a man’s church says has anything to do with the man.

The only people it will really matter is a bunch of neo-cons who aren’t going to vote for Senator Obama in the first place.

This is just political propaganda and disinformation used by both Senator Clinton and Senator McCain to try and take Senator Obama down a notch.

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Paulson: time not right for second stimulus

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said on Wednesday he did not believe the time was right to consider a second economic stimulus package and would watch the economy closely as tax rebate checks reach the American public.

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Bush to sign bill to ease student loan squeeze

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President George W. Bush will sign legislation aimed at shoring up the $85 billion student loan industry affected by the credit crunch once the House of Representatives passes the version approved by the Senate on Wednesday, the White House said.

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Fact Check: Obama and the gas taxes

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Democratic Sen. Barack Obama accuses his presidential rivals of pandering to voters by supporting the “gimmick” of temporarily lifting federal taxes on gasoline, despite his own past support for a similar tax holiday….

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