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  • Illustration on unbridled democratic corruption by Linas Garsys/ The Washington Times

    RAHN: Government corruption on the rampage

    The Obama administration is arguably the most corrupt administration in U.S. history.


  • Citibank to pay $110 million to settle flood suit

    Citibank has agreed to pay $110 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by a Syracuse man who says he was forced into a 400-percent increase in his flood insurance premium.


  • Citibank employee stole card numbers to pay bills

    A former Citibank employee in Sioux Falls has acknowledged that she paid her own bills with customer credit card information.


  • A Citibank sign is seen outside an office in Woburn, Mass., in 2009. (Associated Press)

    Citibank links card rewards to Facebook

    Citibank brought its credit and check card rewards program to Facebook on Tuesday hoping to expand user interest by allowing customers to pool points among their social network friends.


  • Illustration: Debit card attack by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    MURDOCK: Washington declares war on your debit card

    Sen. Richard J. Durbin, Illinois Democrat, is here to help. Grab your debit card and run. Thanks to the latest kindness from the Senate's No. 2 Democrat, many of America's 185 million debit-card owners soon will endure new fees and lose existing benefits. Other consumers can kiss their free checking accounts goodbye. Mr. Durbin's bright idea even could shutter some banks.


  • Debrahlee Lorenzana, with attorney Gloria Allred, tells journalists in New York on Monday that "there's nothing wrong with" trying to look like a Playboy model at work. (Associated Press)

    Buxom N.Y. banker's firing sets off media debate

    It went viral as the ultimate example of being punished for circumstances beyond one's control: a woman who said she was fired from her banking job because she complained that her male colleagues called her bodacious figure a workplace distraction.


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