Ex-auto czar, two former Treasury officials agree to talk with special inspector general about Delphi pensions
Public cost of bailout much higher than previously thought
House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan says Obama punted on budget crisis
GOP Sen. Pat Toomey introduces a bill to undercut President Obama’s argument that the debt limit must be raised
Republican Rep. Mike Turner wants to ban the federal government from owning corporations
According to cost estimates prepared by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, over the last three years stimulus programs have cost nearly a trillion dollars a year
Recently, the CBO estimated that the TARP program will cost far less than the original estimate of $350 billion
In spite of the bailout, Wall Street’s biggest banks will complete their best two years in investment banking and trading
The e-mails show that Waters’ chief of staff was actively engaged in discussing with committee members details of a bank bailout bill
In G.M. turnaround story, Washington played a big part
The government has earned $25.2 billion on its investment of $309 billion in banks and insurance companies, an 8.2 percent return over two years
The Republicans who are elected to Congress this November will have a commitment to common sense conservative principles.
Axelrod: We’re talking about the economy. These foreign-money attacks are totally about the economy.
Getting snippy with host Candy Crowley Sunday on “State of the Union,” David Axelrod bristled at the idea that Democrats are talking about foreign money to distract from the state of the economy and the jobs picture
The Treasury Department expects to incur more “substantial losses” from the separate government seizure of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Sen. Thune defends TARP vote - The Hill
The program deviated from its original intention but Thune said that it was the right vote to make at the time
Sunday marks the two-year anniversary of TARP. Looking back, it’s clear that TARP didn’t live up to expectations.
It could end up losing much less than the initial figure of 700 billion
A.I.G. owes the Fed about $46 billion and has agreed to repay that amount by the end of March 2011
Small businesses and banks don’t want any part of Obama’s new program.
5 Democratic representatives run ads touting votes against TARP, despite not being in office at the time