Former NBA referee Tim Donaghy was sentenced to 15 months in prison Tuesday for setting off a gambling scandal that tarnished the league's reputation and raised questions about the integrity of its officiating.
Sen. John McCain's proposal to have the federal government directly buy and refinance troubled home loans would cost about $300 billion, his campaign said yesterday. That money would come from the new $700 billion Wall Street bailout and a $300 billion refinancing program enacted as part of a housing bill adopted this summer.
The airline industry is clearly broken and must be fixed. Nowhere is that more evident than with the recent grounding of multiple Southwest Airline planes followed by American and Delta (and I suspect the other airlines before too many more days).
The European Commission plans to announce rules to let airlines offer midair mobile phone calls to passengers across the European Union, removing a major obstacle for companies that want to sell the service.
In the latest sign that print journalism is fading into oblivion, the L.A. Times cut another 75 jobs this week. How much longer can these cuts go on? Who will be left to do what we need newspapers to do: report on the news and keep people honest?
About 500 congregants and clergy from Bay Area churches packed into Holy Rosary Parish hall in Antioch on Monday night for a spirited town hall meeting to demand a broad-based approach to helping people avoid foreclosure.
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Which faith plays the market best when it seems headed for the financial equivalent of purgatory? That may sound like a whimsical question, but there are, in fact, mutual funds tailored to a number of religions and denominations.