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  • Airlines' attorneys eager to fight U.S. over merger

    A day after the U.S. Department of Justice sued to block the mega-merger of American Airlines and US Airways, attorneys for the carriers called the legal challenge weak and said they are looking forward to battling the government in court. The Justice...
  • Consumer bureau suit says debt-relief firm charged improper fees

    Consumer bureau suit says debt-relief firm charged improper fees
    WASHINGTON -- The federal government's consumer financial watchdog on Tuesday sued Morgan Drexen Inc., of Costa Mesa, alleging it charged more than 22,000 customers millions of dollars in illegal upfront fees to help them resolve outstanding debts....
  • Producers say they made up-to-$1 million offers for Casey Anthony's story

    Producers say they made up-to-$1 million offers for Casey Anthony's story
    If Casey Anthony ever decides to sell her story, two Los Angeles-based producers say they're interested in buying. The producers, who spoke to the Orlando Sentinel, say they've already offered as much as $1 million for Anthony's account, and remain...
  • FHA eases rules for some borrowers after bankruptcy, foreclosure

    FHA eases rules for some borrowers after bankruptcy, foreclosure
    The Federal Housing Administration wants to make it easier for people who have defaulted on their mortgages to get a new home loan with FHA backing. But there's a catch. To qualify for the break, borrowers must show that their foreclosure or...
  • Elected leaders pledge to fight Vernon battery recycler

    Elected leaders pledge to fight Vernon battery recycler
    Elected officials from cities across southeast Los Angeles County pledged Monday evening to marshal their political power to sway regulators to shut down a Vernon battery recycler that residents fear is harming their health because of arsenic and lead...
  • Kane, DuPage fill vacancies on transportation agency boards

    Kane, DuPage fill vacancies on transportation agency boards
    Metra's board of directors will be getting its first Hispanic member with the appointment Tuesday of former federal judge Manuel Barbosa of Elgin. Kane County Board Chairman Chris Lauzen named Barbosa to the commuter rail agency's board along with the...
  • Attorney says Casey Anthony can't claim Fifth in defamation deposition

    Attorney says Casey Anthony can't claim Fifth in defamation deposition
    In less than a month, Casey Anthony will be forced to answer questions that have been a mystery since her daughter went missing in 2008, attorney Matt Morgan confirmed Thursday. "Casey Anthony will not be permitted to plead the Fifth as her appeals...
  • City Homes files for bankruptcy protection

    City Homes files for bankruptcy protection
    Facing a flurry of lead paint lawsuits, a nonprofit company that provides affordable housing in Baltimore has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. City Homes Inc. and its subsidiaries, which operate more than 300 apartment units in what...
  • Casey Anthony's lawyer may fight push to have her deposed

    Casey Anthony's lawyer may fight push to have her deposed
    Casey Anthony's bankruptcy case was back in court Tuesday, when a judge set a key date in her ongoing legal struggle with two people suing her for defamation. Meanwhile, Anthony's bankruptcy attorney indicated he'll likely fight to keep her from having...
  • Memories of the financial crisis, five years later

    Memories of the financial crisis, five years later
    The excited voices on CNBC radio riveted financial adviser John Bacci's attention as he drove to Chestertown five years ago for a routine client visit. The stock market was in freefall that Sept. 29 after Congress rejected a $700 billion rescue of the...
  • Eiji Toyoda dies at 100; helped family's firm change auto industry

    Eiji Toyoda dies at 100; helped family's firm change auto industry
    Back in 1950, Eiji Toyoda visited a Ford plant to learn how Americans made cars. The visit by a member of Japan's foremost manufacturing family changed the way Toyota Motor Corp. produced cars, altering the global auto industry. Toyoda, who is...