Christine Lagarde explains how the IMF functions as a lender for countries throughout the world.
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Julian Castro describes an initiative at HUD aimed at reducing mortgage insurance premiums.
Julian Castro renames the Department of Housing and Urban Development something more inspiring.
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A fleet of private jets carries the global elite to Switzerland for the World Economic Forum.
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Mike Huckabee discusses the U.S.'s culture war in his book "God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy."
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Timothy Geithner argues that the causes of the financial crises were simpler than people assume.
Timothy Geithner details the government's response to the financial crisis.
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Timothy Geithner tries to imagine alternative scenarios that might have eased the financial crisis.
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Timothy Geithner explains how the bailout benefited American homeowners.
Alan Greenspan suggests a possible solution to Wall Street shenanigans.
Alan Greenspan identifies the primary flaw in the financial system.
Obama reports on the top 1 percent, and 61 billionaires fall short of the Forbes 400.
The SEC nails Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre for his role in a 2007 failed mortgage deal.
Mary Kay Henry reveals that the average fast-food employee is 28 years old, not a teenager.
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