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The SwampAlan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve chairman, at a October 2008 congressional hearing. (Doug Mills/The New York Times) by Frank James Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has gotten a lot of blame for the current economic crisis which grew......
The TV Zone(Jason DeCrow, AP) Oh yeah, Stewart-Cramer has hit a raw nerve. I think, in fact, said nerve has been carted away to recuperate. Last week's interview actually almost feels like one of those WWE brawls that spilled outta the......
The Swampby Mark Silva Reading her face, like a cover, one might think Sarah Palin is a little young to have enough material for "a memoir.'' But, with the signing of a book deal, the Alaska governor and onetime candidate for......
Tags: Politics, Bill Clinton, Government, Regional Authority, Alaska
IF YOU HAVE KIDS, take them to the beach. They should enjoy it while it lasts, because there's a chance that within their lifetimes California's beaches will vanish under the waves. Global warming will redraw the maps of the world. The U.N.'s...
Tags: Government, Weather, Consumers, Al Gore, Federal Reserve
Of The Morning CallWhen Charline Pillinger thinks about the cozy twin home in North Catasauqua she bought two years ago, she finds it hard to believe how quickly her little bit of the American dream turned into a nightmare. Pillinger, a dental assistant, and boyfriend...
Tribune staff reporterThe Federal Reserve gave the economy another teaspoonful of tonic last week, and investors gulped it down. The hope is that it will cure what could ail the economy and keep the doctor away. But it's too early to expect a clean bill of health. The...
Tribune Newspapers: Los Angeles TimesThe great mysteries of the ages: What killed the dinosaurs? Did aliens help build the pyramids? And why were investors willing to accept such low yields on long-term bonds in recent years? The sudden end of that gracious acceptance of paltry returns...
To listen to the pundits, one would think that today's banking crisis and financial meltdown is something rare and exotic. But those who stayed awake in their history classes know that financial panic is a familiar "plot device" in the drama of modern...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDysfunctional capital markets, frantic central banks, stressed-out consumers, fear and uncertainty -- all are alarming echoes of the global economic cataclysm of the 1930s. Which raises the inevitable question: Could another Great Depression be lurking...
Today's question: What polices have Obama and McCain presented that would help fix the financial mess? Would any of their plans damage the U.S. economy? Previously, Foster and Kuttner debated the state of the economy and Congress' rejection of the bailout...
Los Angeles Times columnistWaiting for the end of the world as we know it hasn't worked well as an investment strategy the last few years. So how about this summer? Things have been positively wondrous for global stock markets in recent months, but Wall Street has been echoing...
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