, Morgan Stanley was busy setting the price and the size of the stock offering. While some big institutions scaled back on their plans, others placed large orders. And retail investors clamored for shares.
When MaryAnn Nellis tried to pay for groceries on April 14, her credit card was declined. Later, she said, she found out why:
Global banks see market rally on Greek exit
The Vatican is threatening to take legal action against those responsible for publishing a new book of leaked internal documents.
This is from Pepper who was in the tally room observing the ballot counting. May 12, 2012 AZ GOP Part 1 Pepper Draper
You pay a hidden premium every time they fill up your gas tank.
Most people would logically believe that the U.S. government works for the citizens of America – after all, that is why we continue to pay taxes, right?
Western neglect of Afghanistan after the Soviet withdrawal brought about a growth of terror in the country
Given that cops and firemen are both concerned to respond to events that cannot be predicted, it is extremely odd that they act so differently from one another.
The Security and Exchange Commission today charged the former mayor of Detroit Kwame Kilpatrick with secretly exchanging lavish gifts to peddle his influence over the investment process of the city's pension funds. The SEC also charged Jeffrey W.
The prices are high at the gas station, but part of the price you pay is directly caused by commodity speculators.
A new lawsuit, which is bordering on the unbelievable, implicates the Obama administration and some of the world’s largest banks in the largest international money laundering case in history.
Mitt Romney and his son Tagg Romney have been implicated in a $8.5 billion dollar ponzi scheme with Wall Street investors Allen Stanford and James M. Davis. The pair are not cleared including their three partners in a court document verified, on
James M. Woosley, former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) intelligence chief, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to an elaborate scam over several years involving false travel expense reports totaling nearly $600,000. Woosley must surrender more t
Cleveland May Day terrorist plot – another frame-up by the Feds
City of Roswell bullies original mortgage holder into selling note to phony trust company
Roadblocks targeted motorists who refused to display sticker
Regina Tasca is a "rogue cop" – and God bless her for it.
THE United States has been narrowly saved from lethal terrorist plots in recent years — or so it has seemed.
Is there any truth in the allegations that informed circles made substantial profits in the financial markets in connection to the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, on the United States?
In a March 12, 2012 FOIA(Freedom Of Information Act) appeal response, the US Dept of Justice (DOJ) implicitly acknowledged the existence of FBI File 203A-WF0@210023, which FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds has said contains evidence of top US officials
Corruption can do magic in Russia, proved an "alchemist" from the Interior Ministry, known for "transforming" diamonds into glass and heroin into detergent at the country’s customs.
For years many people have noticed the hypocrisy of federal drug policy. Now, the government hypocrisy surrounding another victimless crime is coming to light.
The Commission Wartime Contracting found that the United States lost between $31 billion and $60 billion to waste, fraud and abuse in wartime contracts during operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The senior government executive who organized the lavish Las Vegas conference at the center of a General Services Administration spending scandal took dozens of trips for the agency. The boss’s wife accompanied him on some of them — and taxpayers pic
Mayor Vincent C. Gray’s administration has fired 61 city employees for collecting unemployment benefits while working for the District government, city officials said. [making them finally eligible?]
Before we get to the dancing penises at the National Institutes of Health, let’s begin our discussion with the Secret Service agents’ dalliance with prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia. “We’re representing the people of the United States,” Presiden
Nation's radioactive waste may soon be traveling at rapid pace to Texas disposal site
Do you believe that America is a seething cesspool of filth and corruption? If not, you might change your mind after reading this article.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said he regrets his frequent flights home to California on a military jet have cost taxpayers more than $800,000 since July. He gave no indication that he would end the weekend commutes.