JPMorgan Chase & Co. disclosed $1.3 billion of new expenses tied to faulty mortgages and foreclosures in its third quarter, pushing the bill for the five biggest home lenders since 2007 to almost $69 billion.
The judge in the trial of four men accused of planning to bomb New York synagogues refused to declare a mistrial, then dismissed a juror who said she might not be able to ignore a document she saw by mistake.
Composting, farming, and exercising the legal right to get married all improve urban life, according to guests from Harlem to Park Slope who gathered at last night’s benefit for the Citizens Committee for New York City.
The U.S. Postal Service’s inspector general has been asked by the Securities and Exchange Commission to oversee a probe of possible misconduct in the SEC’s watchdog office, according to two people briefed on the matter.