Tuesday, November 22, 2011

22-Nov-2011 14:55 U.S.

AIG's Greenberg sues U.S. for $25 billion :: http://rss.cnn.com/~r/rss/money_mostpopular/~3/VLhuM_mXkwk/index.htm

Greenberg Sues U.S. Over AIG Rescue :: The lawsuits accuse the Treasury and New York Fed of wrongly taking control of the insurer and using it as a vehicle to funnel tens of billions of dollars to AIG's trading partners.

Debt Panel's Failure Sinks Stocks :: Even before the supercommittee acknowledged its failure to reach any agreement on ways to cut the U.S. deficit, investors were turning their attention to a new worry: another downgrade of the U.S. credit rating.

As Bears Multiply, Human Clashes Rise :: Forty years after being hunted to near-extinction in many parts of the U.S., black bears have become so plentiful that they are causing trouble for their human neighbors.

Many Afghans Haven't Heard of 9/11 :: Many in Afghanistan—where the majority of adults are illiterate and news is largely spread by word of mouth—say they haven't heard of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, which triggered the U.S. invasion of their country.


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