A Whirlpool Bailout Hurts Consumers And Taxpayers

Opinion | David Williams

Calls for the government picking winners should be ignored.

Caught Napping, Print Newspapers Are Running To Congress For A Bailout

Opinion | Chuck Muth
A copy of a Financial Times newspaper is displayed for sale in a newsagent in central London July 28, 2008. Publishing group Pearson, owner of the Financial Times, posted stronger than expected results and an upbeat outlook on Monday in a display of resilience in an otherwise depressed media sector. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

Print newspapers survived radio and television. They will survive the internet.

GM Issues Yet Another Recall -- Are Any Of Its Vehicles Safe To Drive?

Business | Breanna Deutsch

GM has recalled more cars this year than it has sold in the past 5 years

Byron York: Insurance company bailouts 'ABSOLUTELY will happen' under Obamacare

Politics | Brendan Bordelon

‘As a matter of fact, it’s written into the law’

Federal housing agency to take $1.7 BILLION bailout

US | Sarah Hurtubise
Treasury

‘Somebody would be fired’

Obama: Back to Bush era housing policy

US | Neil Munro
The bubble 'was kind of crazy... So what we want to do is something stable and steady,' Obama says

Bailed out companies still owe taxpayers $124 billion

US | Michael Bastasch

General Motors also owes taxpayers more than $19 billion

New video depicts big business as money-hungry charity seekers

Business | Jill Gregorie

‘Corporations aren’t charities’

Swedes look to Obama to save Saab - The DC

US | Melissa Quinn

Union claims GM bailout left Swedish automaker ‘badly damaged’

Bank of Spain looks to rescue Bankia - TheDCNF

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Spain Financial Crisis

The Bank of Spain announced that it is looking rescue Bankia SA by taking a controlling share, according to the Wall Street Journal. The move would convert the 4.5 billion euros of bailout funds from the Spanish government to common shares, giving Spanish authorities control of Bankia‚Äôs parent company, Banco Financiero y de Ahorros SA […]

Crony capitalism alleged in Fed's debt swaps - TheDCNF

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

The Fed has secretly selected three banks to bid on American International Group

AIG taxs breaks keep stock prices artificially high - TheDCNF

Business | Betsi Fores

The multinational insurance corporation American International Group, Inc. (AIG) made headlines four years ago when their credit rating dropped to AA, resulting in a massive liquidity crisis then resultingin a $182.5 billion bailout from the US government. This past quarter, the company reported $19.8 billion in profits, which would seem like quite a turn around […]

IMF says global economy entering dangerous phase

Business | admin

IMF is already providing bailout support to three heavily indebted European countries

Greece's Next Bailout Payment Possible - Bloomberg

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Merkel Offers Vote of Confidence For Greece

Greek rescue talks expand - WSJ

Business | InternAdmin

Finance ministers are exploring new agreements with private investors

Banks using new government loans to pay back TARP - Boston Globe

Business | InternAdmin

Hundreds of small banks still in debt from TARP are filing for new Small Business Lending Fund

Europeans try to calm fears over Greek crisis - WaPo

World | interns

EU economic commissioner Olli Rehn has stated that more aid to Greece is forthcoming

DNC releases another video attacking Romney on bailout position - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Winkler

The Democratic National Committee has a game plan and it’s sticking to it: run over Mitt Romney, reverse, and do it again

Chrysler ready to pay back government loans - Reuters

Business | interns

Automaker to pay down $7.5 billion in bailout money, six years early

U.S. taxpayers on the hook for Portugal bailout

op-ed | Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Why are we bailing out other countries?