Take a snapshot of any major bank fraud and chances are you'll see JPMorgan Chase staring out at you from the frame.
Weekend Occupy News Round-Up...Hunger striker, foreclosures, Scott Walker, Anonymous, Occupations, Fracking and more.
The Federal government and the Attorneys General from 49 states have signed a deal with five major banks over charges of fraud, including reported acts of widespread perjury and forgery, in the so-called “robo-signing” scandal. A few days
A Missouri grand jury handed down multiple felony indictments for foreclosure fraud on Monday. That's the same kind of crime being negotiated in nationwide settlement talks with America's big banks. If people can be indicted for doing it, why
Today there were reports of an agreement between the nation's five biggest banks, a number of state Attorneys General, and several Federal agencies. The specifics weren't available, but the agreement appeared to settle a number of potential civil
Congratulations, Mr. President. This week you followed your increasingly populist rhetoric with some decisive action on behalf of the middle class. Republicans have been waging a sabotage campaign against the lawful functions of government.
The 50-State Foreclosure Fraud Settlement: Pocket Change, Slap On The Wrist And Fraudulent Robo-Signing As Usual
What a week it already is! First, we find that the Super Committee is still talking about cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, and then the news that a very, very bad 50-state settlement is in the wings and if we don't raise some holy
I'd like to know when some people are going to start going to prison over this kind of thing. FDL's Dave Dayden had a good post up ahead of tonight's airing of this segment -- 60 Minutes Tackles Foreclosure Fraud Tonight, Exposing Unresolved Chain of Title Problems.
I was watching the TODAY Show Wednesday and they had another segment on their breaking news on JP Morgan Chase fleecing homes from active members of the Armed Forces. The segment featured a soldier who is fighting in Iraq and at the same time was
Gee. This doesn't sound like a matter of "sloppy paperwork", does it? TAMPA — Some employees of Florida's largest "foreclosure mill" were given jewelry, cars and houses from the firm, in exchange for altering and forging key documents used to
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