Where is the Money Going?

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AIG Execs Celebrate Bailout with $440,000 Retreat

Less than a week after the federal government offered an $85 billion bailout to insurance giant AIG, the company held a week-long retreat for its executives at the luxury St. Regis Resort in Monarch Beach, Calif., running up a tab of $440,000. The...   read more

Bailout: Goldman Sachs Got what it Paid For

One of the biggest winners in the financial bailout plan was the investment banking firm of Goldman Sachs. This is not surprising considering that since George Bush became president, Goldman Sachs and its employees have contributed $19.3 million t...   read more

Democrats and Republicans Unite...for Pork

The revised bailout proposal extends or creates tax breaks for rum in the Virgin Islands, corporations doing business in American Samoa, auto racetrack owners and employers whose employees bike to the work.   read more

First Penny Redesign in 50 Years

"This is a momentous occasion in the history of our Nation’s coinage because these designs represent the first change in the Lincoln cent in half a century," said Director Moy.   First Penny Redesign in 50 Years     read more

$1 Billion Over Budget...So Far

The cost of the Homeland Security Department's program to equip ports of entry with radiation detection equipment will be $3.1 billion. That's $1 billion more than the agency told the White House and Congress it would cost last spring.   $1 Bill...   read more

Dept. of Interior Officials Get in Bed with Oil and Gas Reps...Literally

The investigation also concluded that several of the officials “frequently consumed alcohol at industry functions, had used cocaine and marijuana, and had sexual relationships with oil and gas company representatives.”   read more
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Where is the Money Going?

1793 to 1798 of about 1798 News
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AIG Execs Celebrate Bailout with $440,000 Retreat

Less than a week after the federal government offered an $85 billion bailout to insurance giant AIG, the company held a week-long retreat for its executives at the luxury St. Regis Resort in Monarch Beach, Calif., running up a tab of $440,000. The...   read more

Bailout: Goldman Sachs Got what it Paid For

One of the biggest winners in the financial bailout plan was the investment banking firm of Goldman Sachs. This is not surprising considering that since George Bush became president, Goldman Sachs and its employees have contributed $19.3 million t...   read more

Democrats and Republicans Unite...for Pork

The revised bailout proposal extends or creates tax breaks for rum in the Virgin Islands, corporations doing business in American Samoa, auto racetrack owners and employers whose employees bike to the work.   read more

First Penny Redesign in 50 Years

"This is a momentous occasion in the history of our Nation’s coinage because these designs represent the first change in the Lincoln cent in half a century," said Director Moy.   First Penny Redesign in 50 Years     read more

$1 Billion Over Budget...So Far

The cost of the Homeland Security Department's program to equip ports of entry with radiation detection equipment will be $3.1 billion. That's $1 billion more than the agency told the White House and Congress it would cost last spring.   $1 Bill...   read more

Dept. of Interior Officials Get in Bed with Oil and Gas Reps...Literally

The investigation also concluded that several of the officials “frequently consumed alcohol at industry functions, had used cocaine and marijuana, and had sexual relationships with oil and gas company representatives.”   read more
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