Chicago’s 30,000 public school teachers had little time to celebrate their return to class as attention shifted to how the third-largest U.S. city will pay for the deal that ended their first strike in a quarter century -- and how soon some of those educators will lose their jobs.
Mortgage-backed securities holders are pushing for a resolution of a 50-state probe of foreclosure practices, attorneys general in Iowa and Arizona said as talks with lenders and servicers expand to include investors.
Google Inc. ’s collection of data via Wi-Fi networks was the subject of a conference call among law enforcement officials from 30 U.S. states, according to Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal .
Bank of America Corp. is close to settling a U.S. Justice Department probe into whether its Countrywide Financial Corp. unit violated fair-lending practices, said two people with knowledge of the discussions.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito denied Missouri’s bid for an order blocking the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from blasting a Mississippi River levee and diverting water into state farmland to avert flooding upriver.