Wall Street Bailout

WASHINGTON (AP) — A government watchdog says U.S. taxpayers are still owed $132.9 billion that companies haven’t repaid from the financial bailout, and some of that will never be recovered. SEE ALSO: Geithner: Obama Won’t Ask Me To Stay For A 2nd Term Why Obama’s Economy Is Built To Last The bailout launched at the […]

BP member bobbyd2009 says, “If the new administration can pull this one off, we can call it a real revolution…long overdue!”

Mortgage-Man says “The mortgage crisis isn’t what they want you to believe.”

WASHINGTON — In a bold bid to revive President Bush’s multibillion-dollar financial rescue plan, Senate leaders scheduled a vote for Wednesday night on a version of the bill that adds substantial tax cuts meant to appeal to Republicans when it reaches the House.

The previously urgent bailout plan stalled significantly yesterday as House Republicans — under John McCain’s lead — refused to pass a bill without specified conditions.