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The Other 98% Urges Wall Street To Donate Bonuses To Financial Crisis Victims
The Other 98% Urges Wall Street Execs to Donate $91 Billion in Bonuses to Victims of Financial Crisis. Read more...
All In's Chris Hayes sat down with Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi to discuss his new article on the ratings agencies that helped trigger the financial meltdown -- and surprise, surprise, nothing's been done to fix the problem. Read more...
Minds are changing on Too Big to Fail. A month ago, it was just something in the air. <strong>Now, it looks like we're headed for a real legislative confrontation. Read more...
I guess PBS decided that "Fix the Debt" campaign's Steve Rattner wasn't getting quite enough air time with his near daily appearances on MSNBC's Morning Joe. Read more...
Think of it as the story of two antagonists. One of them was an honest Senator who came to Washington to fight corruption. The other is an arrogant banker who's so sure of his untouchability that he wore "FBI" cufflinks when he made a public Read more...

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Jodie Randolph tells the story of the struggle to keep her home. Jodie Randolph is a small-business owner in Alameda, California. She is also a breast-cancer survivor, and is in treatment for colon cancer. Jodie has been fighting to stay Read more...
Dropping the charges? Wow. Just wow: Charges against William Bryan Jennings, the Morgan Stanley U.S. bond-underwriting chief accused of stabbing a New York cab driver over a fare, will be dropped, according to Connecticut police. “I’m Read more...
Shortly after Jamie Dimon's appearance on Fox last month, PBS's Bill Moyers had former Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and head of President Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board, Paul Volcker, whose namesake is Read more...
Occupy Wall Street Weekend Round-up... Read more...
The buzz is that President Barack Obama is pushing hard for a deal with the big banks over the foreclosure crisis in advance of the State of the Union address on Tuesday. Most observers are afraid that the deal will be too small and that the Read more...