Government gives big banks needing capital after stress tests 1 month to develop approved plan

Gov’t sets June 8 deadline for banks’ capital plan

WASHINGTON — The nation’s biggest banks that are found to need more capital after government stress tests will have one month to come up with a plan to raise the additional resources.

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Banks must shed FDIC guarantees if they want to return bailout funds

Banks returning bailouts will face conditions

WASHINGTON — Banks that want to pay back their federal bailout funds and free themselves from government restrictions on compensation and dividends will have to sever their ties to another financial assistance program.

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House Democrats ask attorney general to analyze Indian tribes’ treatment of ‘freedmen’

Dems ask Justice to probe treatment of ‘freedmen’

WASHINGTON — A small group of powerful House Democrats has asked the Justice Department to investigate whether American Indian tribes are engaging in modern-day racial segregation against black “freedmen” who are descendants of former tribal slaves.

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House Democrats ask attorney general to investigate Indian tribes’ treatment of black freedmen

Dems ask DOJ to probe treatment of Indian freedmen

WASHINGTON — A small group of powerful House Democrats has asked the Justice Department to investigate whether American Indian tribes are engaging in modern-day racial segregation against black “freedmen” who are descendants of former tribal slaves.

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Mental health courts increase despite objections from some about funding, effectiveness

Mental health courts increase despite debate

NORFOLK, Va. — When the judge calls her name the lady pops up, slipping on her long, red jacket and floppy hat as she approaches the bench.

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Court frames charges against former union ministers

NEW DELHI - A city court Thursday framed charges against former union ministers Sheila Kaul and P.K. Thungan in three separate cases, paving the way for their trial for alleged out-of-turn allotment of shops in the capital in 1990.

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Brain Damaged Child’s Family Received 36.5 Million Dollars Compensation in A Malpractice Suit

Court awarded 36.5 million dollars to a brain damaged child’s family in a medical malpractice law suit in Burlington. This is probably the largest settlement in state history.

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