Chris Arnold NPR correspondent Chris Arnold is based in Boston. His reports are heard regularly on NPR's award-winning newsmagazines Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Weekend Edition.

Congress Divided Over Courts Fixing Foreclosures

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Capital Unit's Stumble Puts GE At Risk

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Markets' Rebound Inspires Optimism

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GE's Credit Downgrade Reflects Economy

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Administration Works On Root Of Housing Crisis

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Despite Losses, Star Investor Trusts In Stocks

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Stocks Hit Lowest Level Since 1997

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Bill Would Let Bankruptcy Judges Block Foreclosures

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Investors May Need Incentives To Buy Toxic Assets

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Foreclosure Protesters Target Executives' Homes

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What Will The Obama Administration Do To Help Banks?

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Marks Is His Name, Avoiding Foreclosure His Aim

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Housing Fix? Republicans Push For 4 Percent Loans

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As Parts Of Credit Market Heal, Crisis Deepens

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Administration Wants Credit Flowing Again

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