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Authorities: Foreclosure lawyer Mark Stopa made nearly $5 million off clients’ homes

During the foreclosure crisis, thousands of Floridians turned to Mark Stopa for help in saving their homes. The 41-year-old St. Petersburg lawyer became one of the state’s best-known foreclosure defen... read more

Palin Slashed Funding for Teen Moms

Inking her initials on the legislation -- "SP" -- Palin reduced funding for Covenant House Alaska by more than 20 percent, cutting funds from $5 million to $3.9 million. Covenant House is a mix of pro... read more

Ten Years After the Crash, We Are Still Living in the World It Brutally Remade

In 2017, women had nearly 500,000 fewer babies than in 2007, although there were 7 percent more women of prime childbearing age. The suicide rate rose 4 percent from 1999 to 2010: 4,750 additional dea... read more

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Relentless effort aims to ditch school property tax in Pa.

They say property taxes force elderly citizens on fixed incomes out of their homes ... some lawyer bills, day care costs and funeral services. The bill allows school districts to keep enough property ... read more


Long Island’s residential and commercial deals of the year

Call it the perfect trifecta: The foreclosure crisis ... the Suffolk County IDA provided $21.5 million in tax exempt bond financing to help build the complex on 12 acres off North Ocean Avenue. Execut... read more

Good Timing: Generally Dry Into Tuesday - Hot Front by Thursday - A Moral Case For Tackling Climate Change

On Your Mark - Get Set - Sweat. Enjoy the comfortable air (thank you ... desertification and nother nasty effects of global warming. The amendment, which made it to the final version of the bill, expl... read more

Should banks be able to set spending limits on debit cards?

That's because new laws are going into effect this summer as part of Wall Street reform legislation that will limit how much a financial institution can make off ... be able to set spending limits on ... read more

50 Wealthiest New Jerseyans

He's reportedly made more than $732 million in direct contributions ... Johnson reportedly claimed that his lawyers had said the deal was legitimate, but he reportedly later settled with the IRS, agre... read more

Attorney Mark Stopa’s foreclosure cases are halted but clients’ checks are being cashed

TAMPA — A bankruptcy judge has ordered a temporary halt to all state and appellate court proceedings in which suspended foreclosure defense attorney Mark ... creditors. Stopa’s firm typically charged ... read more

Ask the World Bank President

Earlier this month it published research showing that the spreading crisis will push 46 million more people into poverty in 2009 on top of 130-155 million pushed into poverty in 2008. With the London ... read more

Why the Bailout Bill Failed

For those members, the final package didn't have nearly enough help for struggling homeowners. It's too early to know whether Pelosi's speech, which laid much of the blame for the whole financial cris... read more

A $110 loan, then 20 years of debt bondage

These individuals take loans and try to work them off, but due to deeply exploitive manipulations ... As a result, I estimate there are approximately 18.5 to 22.5 million debt bondage slaves in the wo... read more



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