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US Rep. Fattah Steps Down After Racketeering Conviction
Democratic U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah of Philadelphia has resigned from Congress two days after his conviction in a racketeering case
Congressman Convicted in Case That Entangled Son, Wife
A jury has convicted a veteran Pennsylvania congressman on trial in a racketeering case that largely centered on various efforts to repay a donor's secret $1 million campaign loan
Marco Rubio Delivers Remarks Following Republican Contests in Mississippi, Michigan, Idaho and Hawaii
The Republican candidate remains in the race for president, promising a primary win next week in Florida.
Conveyor Belt of Storms Fueled by El Nino in California
Freeways underwater, strong storms snapping power lines, and nearly two dozen weather related crashes reported.
America's Latest Achievement Is Something to Wine About
And America this morning continues now with the America's money. Well these are boom times for wine makers and sellers across America and that's because for the first time ever the US has become the world's biggest wine market. Consumption rose slightly here last year while falling nearly 7% in
America's Money: Record Winter Flights Canceled
Also in business news: Sallie Mae pays huge fines; U.S. is world's biggest wine market.
Government Switches Student Loan Servicers: What You Need to Know
In July, the Department of Education announced changes to its federal student loan servicer team, meaning borrowers may soon see their loans transferred to different companies. The government contracts companies to manage student loan repayment . With the end of a contract with the Direct Loan