NEW YORK CITY — A federal judge signed off on a legal settlement Thursday that could pay as much as $713 million to 9/11 responders exposed to World Trade Center dust, and immediately urged thousands of police ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Bank of America will pay $108 million to settle federal charges that Countrywide Financial Corp., which it acquired nearly two years ago, collected outsized fees from borrowers facing foreclosure.
NEW YORK CITY — The city on Thursday agreed to pay $9.9 million to an innocent man who spent 19 years behind bars after being framed by a notorious New York Police Department detective who doubled as killer for the mob.
ALBANY — New York pension fund officials said Friday they’ve reached a proposed $600 million settlement of securities fraud allegations against mortgage lender Countrywide Financial Corp.
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