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Evan Bayh Reports Income of $6.3 Million Since Start of 2015
Financial disclosure records show former Indiana Democratic senator Evan Bayh has earned close to $6.3 million since the beginning of 2015, with a third of the total coming from a private equity fund that hired him shortly after he left Congress
Chicago Bank Steps in to Save Boots The Cat
After the intervention of trust officers from a local bank, a cat named Boots that was expected to be euthanized at the bequest of her deceased owner has gotten a reprieve. In December, Boots, an 11-year-old cat, was left behind when her owner Georgia Lee Dvorak of Berwyn,...
Bank Stress Test: The Best and the Worst
According to the Federal Reserve, 15 of 19 major U.S. banks would fare well if hit with catastrophic conditions based on a so-called stress test, which determines how banks would fare if hit with a peak unemployment rate of 13 percent, a 50 percent drop in equity...
Hero Mom, Stephanie Decker, Recounts Saving Kids From Tornado, Losing Legs
As the sky glowered black and Stephanie Decker felt the monster tornado begin to suck her house into its vortex, she knew it would not hold and she had no choice but to shield her two young kids with her own body. "I love those children beyond anything else in the world," she told ABC News, which
3 Men Rob Bank With Submachine Guns
You're watching a ruthless crime in progress three masked thugs barged into this Fifth Third Bank. No notes asking for cashier deal with a loaded guns do the talking a shotgun and a tech nine out. Obviously had a plan and an objective and they started out today in seconds the three men dressed in
A Less-Than-Explosive Fourth of July
In much of the country, Americans will have to celebrate the Fourth of July without a bang. With devastating droughts, fires, floods and budget cuts plaguing much of the nation, counties from New England to New Mexico have extinguished their fireworks festivities. "Of course, a lack of fireworks is
Investing: Why bank stocks went bust
Financial stocks have been like rockets since the bottom of the stock market in 2009: They soared, then they slammed into the ground at 3,000 miles an hour. Why have financials crashed, despite trillions of dollars in taxpayer money? The short answer: Banks sell money, and demand for money is low.
Biggest Secrets In The Food World Worth Fighting For
State secrets get leaked on the Internet and left in cabs. But many of America's favorite foods are guarded like national treasures. Recipes are the stuff of corporate wars and family friction. Thomas' English Muffins was in the spotlight when Chris Botticella, one of the seven people who know how
Doctors Rebuild Skull of Indiana Baby with Crouzon's Syndrome, Rare Genetic Deformity
Kaydence Theriault and Her Siblings Born With Condition that Causes Bulges in Head
What Credit Card Companies Can Still Do
New Credit Card Rules Take Effect Monday but Won't Stop All the Practices That Annoy Consumers