Banking executives from some of the country’s largest banks rigged bids and paid kickbacks to win deals involving municipal bond sales, a scheme that may have cost taxpayers as much as $1 billion and is the biggest criminal conspiracy in the history of the 198-year-old municipal finance market, according to documents filed in a New York Federal court.
Market analysts believe that General Motors’ (GM) debut on the New York Stock Exchange was a good start.
The GOP does not have majority in the House quite yet, but Republicans are already succeeding in obstructing Democratic legislation.
The group Tea Party Nation (TPN) has sent a letter to Congress in hopes of discrediting the validity of another organization claiming to be part of the Tea Party movement.
Tomorrow is perhaps America’s most important holiday, and it comes amidst the most positive change that has happened in a generation. I am far more optimistic this Thanksgiving than I have been in years past. The recent election has demonstrated that libertarian ideals are still alive. Read this article to learn what has changed author John Myers’ mood for the better…
New studies on menthol cigarettes have prompted the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to review the safety of the flavored tobacco products.
If you’re of “a certain age,” you still remember where you were and what you were doing on Nov. 22, 1963, when you heard the shocking news from Dallas that “The President has been shot!”
Senate Republicans are at odds about the prospect of major cuts to the nation’s defense budget.
Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Michael Steele has not yet decided if he’ll run for re-election, but if he does, he’ll have some competition.