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  • Md. lawmakers protest agency move to W.Va.

    Maryland lawmakers are protesting a plan by the Obama administration to eliminate 450 federal jobs in Prince George's County, but it is unclear whether they will be able to reverse it. The move to consolidate the Financial Management Services facility in...
  • Funding for new emergency center remains in Harford capital budget

    Funding for new emergency center remains in Harford capital budget
    Members of the Harford County Council agreed Tuesday to hold funding for a large portion of the planned Emergency Operations Center replacement in next year's capital budget. The plan to replace the building near Routes 1 and 543 in the Hickory area is...
  • Glendale, Pasadena lose to state again

    Glendale, Pasadena lose to state again
    A decision Wednesday from a Sacramento County Superior Court that will prevent cities from obtaining money with which to pay down redevelopment debt has left local officials disappointed and frustrated. Glendale had joined with Pasadena, Huntington Beach...
  • City official knocks state payout

    After maneuvering through a tangled bureaucratic mess, Burbank and Glendale have received millions to pay down redevelopment-related debt obligations, although the amounts they received fell short of what city officials say is their fair share. In the...
  • SEC: Citi designed bad security for investors, bet against it

     
    Citigroup is paying hundreds of millions to settle a lawsuit accusing it of betting against its own clients on a mortgage-backed security that the bank had designed to fail....
  • Wall Street: Stocks down, gold up

     
    Wall Street: Stocks fell this morning after it was announced that U.S. home prices dropped again, and as investors await the results of the European financial summit....
  • MF Global goes bankrupt, is 1st U.S. casualty of European crisis

     
    The Wall Street firm run by former Goldman Sachs chairman and New Jersey governor Jon Corzine filed for bankruptcy Monday morning, making it the first big American casualty of the European debt crisis....
  • Italian parliament votes in new technocrat government

     
    Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti won a second decisive vote of confidence Friday from the chamber of deputies. Italy's new non-political Cabinet received 556 votes in favor with 61 against, most of the latter from ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi’s...
  • Standard & Poor's warns of downgrade on Eurozone credit ratings

     
    Standard & Poor's: The Standard & Poor's said it could downgrade long-term credit ratings for nations in the eurozone....
  • Corzine 'stunned' that MF Global couldn't find missing funds

     
    As the first former U.S. senator to be subpoenaed by Congress in more than a century, Jon Corzine testified Thursday about the “last chaotic days” of MF Global, the trading firm that declared bankruptcy under his watch. Corzine said he......
  • Greek parliament approves new spending cuts amid protests

     
    As thousands of protestors took to the streets and violence ripped through central Athens, Greece’s parliament on Sunday approved yet another round of punishing public spending cuts to secure international rescue funds and ease fears of a calamitous...