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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California is shown during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington in this March 24 file photo.

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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California is shown during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington in this March 24 file photo.

Senators put bank revival in road bill

WASHINGTON -- Senators overruled heated conservative opposition Monday and added a measure reviving the federal Export-Import Bank to highway legislation. Earlier in the day, a House Republican had declared the transportation bill dead on arrival. As House members convened Monday for their final day...

Getting it straight

US Bank is the trustee for an unidentified owner that holds trust preferred securities in Acme Holding Co., parent company of Allied Bank of Mulberry. An article in Sunday's editions incorrectly identified the federal government as the owner of the trust preferred securities.

Senators put bank revival in road bill

Senators overruled heated conservative opposition Monday and added a measure reviving the federal Export-Import Bank to highway legislation. Earlier in the day, a House Republican had declared the transportation bill dead on arrival.

Senators put bank revival in road bill

Senators overruled heated conservative opposition Monday and added a measure reviving the federal Export-Import Bank to highway legislation. Earlier in the day, a House Republican had declared the transportation bill dead on arrival.

French farmers protest, turn back trucks

French farmers angry over low prices turned back hundreds of trucks at the German border Monday, looking for cargoes of foreign meat and milk products.

As cyber-fear rises, insurers offer policies

A three-hour shutdown of the New York Stock Exchange on the same day that a network failure halted all United Airlines flights in the U.S. had people across the country thinking one thing: cyberattack.

Bank regulator wary of message system

New York's top financial regulator is asking questions about whether a new messaging platform being developed by Wall Street banks could make it easier for traders to manipulate prices and commit misdeeds.

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