SEC Issues More Fines Over Magnetar Deals – and Appears to Move on
12 Dec 2013, 4:38 pm
by Jake Bernstein
and Jesse Eisinger
Five years after the financial crisis, the Securities and
Exchange Commission appears to be wrapping up its investigation into more than $40
billion worth of controversial mortgage deals
by A.C. Thompson
It’s been eight years since New Orleans police officers killed
Henry Glover and incinerated his
body, leaving his charred remains in a scorched Chevy Malibu parked on the
edge of the Mississippi Rive
by Nicole Collins Bronzan
As we reported with The New York Times this week, American and British spies have infiltrated online fantasy games, thinking them ripe for use by militants. Justin Elliott joins Stephen Engelberg i
by Charles Ornstein
When HealthCare.gov and
some state-run insurance marketplaces ran into trouble with their Web sites in
October and November, they urged consumers to submit paper applications.
Twitter reinstates its blocking function after user backlash
Users complained revised function left them open to the trolls and bullies but Twitter warns blocking can provoke retaliationHelen Davidson
Alex McClintock: News Corp columnist Piers Akerman has courageously taken to his blog to highlight how dangerous Peppa Pig is to children: the character has, after all, a Marxist-Leninist personalityAlex McClintock
Haass talks 'need to resolve past'
The issue of Northern Ireland's troubled past may never be resolved if politicians fail to reach agreement on how to deal with it, warns Alliance MP Naomi Long.
The UK's largest mobile network wades into cost of living debate and may put further 4G investment on holdBritain's largest mobile network EE has waded into the cost of living debate, saying if the government continues to raise spectrum fees and clamp down on mobile charges it will have to scale bac