FDIC: List Of 'Problem' Banks Grows
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TSA Critics Call For Day Of Protest
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Investors in mortgage-backed securities are going after Bank of America to get the bank to take back loans that have gone bad. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Mortgage Investors Face Hurdles In Recouping Losses
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Homeowners can deduct the mortgage interest they pay each year while submitting their taxes, but a new proposal by President Obama's bipartisan deficit commission would eliminate that deduction. Past attempts to cut the incentive have made little headway in Congress. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Deficit Panel Targets Mortgage Interest Deduction
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Fed To Buy $600 Billion In Treasury Bonds
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Community leaders and homeowners who have lost their homes to foreclosure protest at a rally in Los Angeles last month. Bank of America has acknowledged finding some mistakes in its foreclosure files. Mark Ralston/AFP hide caption

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A Foreclosure Gone Wrong: One Man's Struggle
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Fed policymakers meeting Tuesday are expected to launch a new course of economic stimulus. Their likely course of action: quantitative easing. A decision is expected Wednesday. Karen Bleier/Getty Images hide caption

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Fed Eyes 'Binge Bond Buying' To Spur Economy
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Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Bailout Costs Could Soar
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Realtor Teresa Sciubba (left) talks to real estate investor Kristin Gragg outside a foreclosed property in Chandler, Ariz. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Home Foreclosures Continue Despite Delays
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Investors May Force Banks To Buy Back Faulty Loans
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Countrywide CEO To Pay $67.5M In SEC Settlement
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Sorting Out The Banks' Foreclosure Mess
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Officials In All 50 States Launch Foreclosure Probe
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Anthony Maglica (right), the founder of Mag Instrument, visits the factory floor in Ontario, Calif., nearly every morning. He is dedicated to manufacturing the company's flashlights in the U.S. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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Maglite: Shining The Light On Made In The U.S.A.
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