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'10% Happier': Arianna Huffington
The co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post talks about her new book, "The Sleep Revolution," with ABC News' Dan Harris.
Fannie Mae to pay Treasury $5.5 billion after profit doubles
Fannie Mae will pay the U.S. Treasury a $5.5 billion dividend next month after its profit doubled in its latest quarter
Freddie Mac to pay Treasury $4.5B after profit doubles
Freddie Mac says it will pay the U.S. Treasury a dividend of $4.5 billion next month after its profit more than doubled in the last quarter
Excerpt: Ben Bernanke's 'The Courage to Act'
Excerpted from The Courage to Act: A Memoir of A Crisis and Its Aftermath by Ben S. Bernanke. Copyright © 2015 by Ben S. Bernanke. With permission of the publisher, W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. All rights reserved. Prologue: I Can Still Stop This . . . It was 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 16, 2008.
How to Get Your Finances in Order Before You Buy a Home
To successfully buy a home these days, you'll need patience, resilience to rejection and sound financial planning. You don’t need to earn gobs of money to successfully purchase a home -- well, depending on your area. You do, however, need to have enough income left over after your proposed mortgage
Fannie Mae , Freddie Mac Bailout Risk Rising
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, entities that received $188 billion in bailout funds in 2008, are at risk again, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Obama Unveils Plan to Cut Federal Mortgage Rates
The economy is stirring gas prices are plunging. Stocks are near record levels and some good job numbers out today there's one sectors still lagging housing. Hello everyone I'm Michelle Franzen in New York President Obama has traveled the Phoenix Arizona. And is about to address that issue in just
Morning Money Memo… New Mortgage Lending Rules
A change in federal rules on mortgage loans could soon give a lift to the housing market. Regulators have agreed to drop a proposed requirement that borrowers make a 20% down payment to qualify for a low-interest, high-quality mortgage. Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are...
Can You Afford to Buy a Fixer-Upper?
Many homebuyers are drawn to the lure of the fixer-upper. And with good reason, at least on paper. But the “buy low, sell high” ethos of fixer-uppers isn’t exactly a guarantee. There are plenty of people who snagged the worst house in a great neighborhood and turned it into their dream home. You’re