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Topic - Suntrust Bank
SunTrust Mortgage Inc., a subsidiary of the nation's 11th-largest commercial bank, agreed Thursday to pay $21 million to resolve a Justice Department lawsuit accusing the company of a pattern or practice of discrimination that increased loan prices for qualified black and Hispanic borrowers.
Civic and religious leaders pleaded for an end to violence in Oakland after seven people were gunned down at a small Christian college by a suspect who police say was angry about being expelled and teased for his poor English skills.
A nursing student expelled from a small Christian university and upset about being teased over his poor English skills opened fire at the school, going from room to room in a rampage that left six students and a secretary dead, police said Tuesday.
One Goh's life was on the skids even before he became the suspect in the nation's biggest mass school shooting since Virginia Tech.
Court records show comedian Chris Tucker is facing foreclosure on his multimillion-dollar mansion in central Florida.
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Montgomery County police say a Damascus man wanted in connection with a bank robbery last week has been arrested in Florida.
Eddie Smith Jr. of Fort Washington, a former Prince George's County police officer, has pleaded guilty to orchestrating a bank break-in.
A federal appeals court overturned a prison sentence of more than four years given to a local investment consultant on money-laundering charges, saying the judge in the case was improperly involved in plea talks.