Weekly News Roundup - Foreclosure Bill Approved
Foreclosure Fraud Bill OK'd - The state Legislature approved a bill to protect homeowners going into foreclosure from being scammed by so-called "foreclosure rescue services."
Renters Grasp At Opportunities In Risky Market - With the current state of the housing market, the market has tipped in renters' favor. Owners looking to get any amount of money for their properties are willing to rent cheap. But are some deals too good to be true?
Stores Hint at Change Under New Castro - Cubans are enjoying new liberties they probably never imagined getting in their lifetime. Nowhere is this more apparent than in stores selling consumer goods like DVD players, computers and appliances to the general population. Signs of things to come?
Five Years, Two Words, No Letup - Five years ago, President George W. Bush said "Mission Accomplished" when talking about Operation Iraqi Freedom. Five years later, the United States still finds itself trying to bring stability to the region.
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