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FBI agents assigned to sniff out insider trading say they experienced a lull in cases this year because of a slowdown in M&A activity. But they say there is plenty of work ahead and that evolving technology brings new cases.
This haunting video time capsule shows the optimism leading up to Egypt’s first, free presidential election, until the military seized more power and Parliament was dissolved.
Neel Kashkari of PIMCO says meager U.S. economic activity will push the Federal Reserve to act, but monetary policy alone cannot solve the country's economic problems.
It’s not only the ultra-wealthy who are able to avoid taxes. Reports say 35,000 Americans making over $200,000 a year paid no federal income taxes in 2009.
President Obama was asked to show his ID when he stopped in Chicago to cast an early ballot Thursday. Meanwhile, Mitt Romney crisscrossed Ohio trying to cut into Obama's lead in the critical swing state.
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