Anything to slam Obama. Who knew that Fox News' new medical contributor (an oncologist) was also a Nobel laureate on economics?
Watch The Untouchables on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE. In "The Untouchables," Frontline investigates why Wall Street's leaders have escaped prosecution for any fraud related to the sale of bad mortgages. Are Wall Street's big bankers
Bank of America's top executives neglected to tell their shareholders about the losses at Merrill Lynch before completing the $50 billion purchase of the company in 2008. Shareholders were instead told of projections showing the deal would
Fannie Mae was repeatedly warned about mortgage and foreclosure fraud - years before their financial collapse - but did absolutely nothing to stop it. Via: Like most people, Nye Lavalle had little interest in the mortgage industry until
Mitt Romney says that he's the man to fix our nation's ailing economy because of his extensive business skills. Well, he is a wealthy member of the 1 percent, however, he has not always been much of a success. Actually, one Kansas City company in that Romney purchased a majority share was bankrupt within a decade. Also, your tax dollars likely helped hand Romney a nice bail out.