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  1. Feds in last-minute bid to deport brothers born to spies

    Bayview-news.com - U.S. 09.22 / 02:59 bayview-news.com
    The Federal Government has appealed the case of Alexander Vavilov, 23, and his brother Timothy, 27, to the Supreme Court of Canada in an effort to have the two deported. They are the sons of Russian spies, born here in the 1990s, as their parents reputedly lived the lives of “sleeper” agents, waiting to…
  2. Anne Arundel and Howard county executives pressure Frosh to sue Feds over airplane noise

    Baltimoresun.com - Maryland 09.22 / 02:37 www.baltimoresun.com
    Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh and Howard County Executive Alan Kittleman want the state to sue the Federal Aviation Administration over what residents near BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport describe as lower, louder airplanes. In separate letters, both executives asked Attorney…
  3. Feds appeal ruling that handed Canadian citizenship back to Toronto-born son of Russian spies

    Thestar.com - Canada 09.22 / 01:56 www.thestar.com
    In June, the appeal court ruled in Alexander Vavilov’s favour. The government says the “absurd result” of the Federal Court of Appeal’s decision “raises important issues about theintegrity of Canadian citizensh…
  4. Economic Stability 2016: Financial Leaders Urge Normalized Behavior As Fed Looks At Interest Rate Hike

    IBTimes - Finance 09.22 / 01:36 ibtimes.com
    Central banking authorities should not be afraid to return to normalized behavior in 2016, the Bank for International Settlements said Sunday in its quarterly report. As new jobs are created in the U.S. and the market becomes more shock absorbent, the BIS analysis urged a return to…
  5. Dayton cites e-mail from feds in reinsurance fight

    StarTribune.com-Business 09.22 / 01:35 startribune.com
    Federal official referred to a “pass through” to compensate for any cut…
  6. 22 million Americans out of luck! Judge says feds immune in massive data breach

    Wnd.com - Politics 09.22 / 01:19 wnd.com
    A judge who ruled Christians must pay for abortions and Hillary Clinton was exempt from a wrongful-death claim on behalf of victims of the Benghazi attack has told millions of Americans the government can let hackers gain access to their personal information without consequence. The decision in several lawsuits over the 2015 hack of personal information …
  7. Ontario teen who lost parents urges feds to create national mental health plan

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 09.22 / 01:13 www.ctvnews.ca
    A Guelph, Ont. teen visited Parliament Hill on Thursday to tell his painful personal story and bring attention to how Canada is failing those who struggle with mental…
  8. Dope-pushing suspects’ sis charged in lie to feds over swanky SUV

    Nydailynews.com - New York 09.22 / 00:48 www.nydailynews.com
    Vasquez is the sister of accused heroin dealers Peter Vasquez and fiancé of Luis Lopez, both arrested …
  9. Former OU punter committed fraud to pay his bookie nearly $200,000, feds say

    Newsok.com -Crime 09.22 / 00:47 newsok.com
    By Curtis Killman Tulsa WorldA former University of Oklahoma football player and Tulsa banking executive siphoned nearly $200,000 from his employer to pay off gambling debts, federal prosecutors say. Blake Brian Ferguson, 36, was named Tuesday in a four-count criminal information that alleges he paid his gambling debts by committing a variety of fraudulent activities while employed at Firstar Bank N.A., where he was senior vice president. One of the counts alleges that Ferguson caused an…
  10. Former OU punter committed fraud to pay his bookie nearly $200,000, feds say

    Newsok.com-OK 09.22 / 00:46 newsok.com
    By Curtis Killman Tulsa WorldA former University of Oklahoma football player and Tulsa banking executive siphoned nearly $200,000 from his employer to pay off gambling debts, federal prosecutors say. Blake Brian Ferguson, 36, was named Tuesday in a four-count criminal information that alleges he paid his gambling debts by committing a variety of fraudulent activities while employed at Firstar Bank N.A., where he was senior vice president. One of the counts alleges that Ferguson caused an…
  11. Feds indict Four Corner Hustlers for six murders, sweeping conspiracy

    Labar “Bro Man” Spann is accused of participating in all six slayings, including the June 2003 murder of Latin Kings gangster Rudy “Kato” Rangel…
  12. Is Wells Fargo facing a strong Fed penalty?

    Housingwire.com - Real Estate 09.21 / 23:01 housingwire.com
    During the press conference on Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen answered a question outside of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting news. Yellen expanded on the possibility of Wells Fargo facing a Federal Reserve penalty after its massive account sandal. Looking at her answer, there’s a p…
  13. USD: Market Pricing For Fed Now Proving Wrong; Staying Short EUR/USD - BofAML

    Efxnews.com - Finance 09.21 / 23:00 efxnews.com
    Bank of America Merrill Lynch FX Strategy Research notes that the FOMC provided strong support to its view that the Fed will take advantage of the "good times" to normalize monetary policies.  read…
  14. USD: Fade The Fed; Good Level To Sell USD/CAD - TD

    Efxnews.com - Finance 09.21 / 23:00 efxnews.com
    TD FX Strategy Research notes that the USD price action post-FOMC likely reflects that the market was looking for the Fed to scrap from the dots a rate hike this year or next. read…
  15. USD: Fade The Fed; Chasing USD Strength Post-FOMC To Prove Unfruitful - ING

    Efxnews.com - Finance 09.21 / 23:00 efxnews.com
    ING FX Strategy Research argues that it is somewhat erroneous to describe the tone of the September FOMC meeting as being ‘hawkish’. read…
  16. Fed starts process to return to normal fund levels

    Dailylocal.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 09.21 / 22:58 dailylocal.com
    September 19-20 2017 FOMC MeetingIn a Nutshell: "In October, the Committee will initiate the balance sheet normalization program."Decision: Fed funds rate maintained at 1.00 percent to 1.25 percent: Balance sheet normalization begun.The great experiment of quantitative easing is…
  17. Fading the Fed – 4 reasons to doubt the hikes and the dollar rise

    Forexcrunch.com - Markets 09.21 / 22:56 forexcrunch.com
    The US dollar jumped higher across the board as the Fed remains set to raise rates in December. Yet as the hours pass by, at least EUR/USD is already halfway back from low support, trading around 1.1940, up from the lows of 1.1860. Why does the dollar fail to extend its gains? Here are four [...] The post Fading the Fed – 4 reasons to doubt the hikes and the dollar rise appeared first on Forex…
  18. Fed up East Village resident wants ‘boozy brunches’ banned from East Village

    Pix11.com-NY 09.21 / 22:47 pix11.com
    EAST VILLAGE — It’s a weekly tradition that makes every so-called “Sunday Funday” complete. Brunch, in most cases, has become the most important meal of the day on the weekends here in the East Village. Some restaurants offer what they call “bottomless brunch” where for one flat fee, patrons get a meal with unlimited alcohol. While the deal has scored points with some, not everyone is sold. One longtime East Village resident is calling on the state’s Liquor Aut…
  19. Market Digests Fed, Greenback Consolidates, Antipodeans Tumble

    Seeking Alpha - Forex 09.21 / 22:45 seekingalpha.com
    The market has mostly interpreted the Fed's action in line with our thinking. Despite the lowering of the long-run Fed Funds rate, shifting one of the three hikes from 2019 into 2020 and recognizing that the weaker price impulses are somewhat mysterious, the Fed clearly signaled its bias toward hiking rates one more time this year and three next year. The long-term Fed Funds rate has trended lower. In March 2015, it was thought by the Fed's dot plots to be near 3.75%. A year later it…
  20. Dollar Climbs Against Other Majors On Fed Statement

    Seeking Alpha - Forex 09.21 / 22:45 seekingalpha.com
    The dollar climbed against other major currencies on Thursday, after the Federal Reserve signaled the possibility for an additional rate hike before the end of the year and began winding down its stimulus program. As expected, the Fed left interest rates unchanged at the conclusion of its two-day policy meeting on Wednesday. However, the central bank indicated that one more interest rate hike is likely this year, even though it reduced its outlook for inflation from 1.7% this year to 1.5%,…