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Times Staff WriterThe House approved legislation Thursday that would provide a federal safety net to insurance companies for future terrorist attacks, but the measure's fate is clouded by legal reforms added to it by Republicans. The Bush administration has said the bill...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMounting public concern about the new wave of business scandals is forcing President Bush and congressional Republicans to consider a more intrusive government role in monitoring the private sector than they have been willing to accept. For months,...
Staff WriterThey don't call it the Grand Old Party for nothing. Plans for hundreds of parties are under way in the days leading up to and during the Republican National Convention. The hottest ticket looks to be the joint California-New York delegations shindig...
From Staff And Wire ReportsWorldCom Inc. teetered yesterday toward what would be the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history after shocking Wall Street -- and the White House -- with yet another corporate scandal: $3.8 billion in expenses hidden from investors. U.S. stocks plunged --...
Associated PressPresident Bush said Thursday he was concerned about the potential economic impact from the WorldCom Inc. accounting scandal as his Treasury secretary suggested jail terms for corporate executives who falsely certify company finances. A House committee,...
Tribune staff reporterScrambling to respond to the mammoth accounting scandal unfolding at WorldCom Inc., a congressional committee demanded to hear testimony from top current and former executives of the telecommunications giant, as well as a stock analyst who had long served...
Sun StaffRobert L. Ehrlich Jr. glides past the guards with a quick "How ya doin'?" and swings open the doors to the private balcony of the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. The view is grand, sweeping down the front steps of the Capitol, across the...
House negotiators have agreed to a Senate demand to include money laundering legislation in President Bush's anti-terrorism package, clearing the last major hurdle to passage, senators said Thursday. Both houses of Congress probably will take up the...
Associated PressFederal regulators are planning special rules to ensure smooth trading, including easing restrictions on companies buying back their own shares, for the anticipated reopening of the stock markets Monday after an extraordinary four-day shutdown. Officials...
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