Bank of America

Protesters hold up signs and shout chants about banks while standing outside the Old Post Office building on September 18, 2012 (KMOX/Michael Calhoun)

Protesters Target Mo. A.G. Over Bank Settlement Program

The protesters claimed that the A.G. doesn’t plan to put the $195 million big banks settlement money to use for another three years


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Legal Help for Ill. Homeowners Facing Foreclosure

The money will allow legal aid organizations to hire lawyers and paralegals to represent homeowners.


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Missouri Congressman Sticks Taxpayers

Taxpayers could wind up on the hook for up to $1.1 million to cover a loan Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver.


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St. Louisans Encouraged To Take Advantage of Mortgage Settlement

Missourians can now being applying for money from six major banks from a national mortgage settlement.


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First Occupy Midwest Conference This Weekend

While St. Louisans are celebrating St. Pactrick’s Day, hundreds of Occupy members will be protesting around the city.


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Koster: Mortgage Settlement Not Good Enough

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says it’s a good start, but probably won’t be enough money to help everyone hurt in the mortgage crisis.



FBI:”Logo Bandit” Pulls Off 6th and 7th Bank Robberies

He’s suspected in two robberies today


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Madigan Hails Settlement Over Countrywide Loans

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is welcoming a $335 million settlement with Bank of America to resolve allegations of discriminatory loans.


Occupy St. Louis protestors sing anti-Wall Street Christmas carols outside Bank of America in downtown Clayton, Mo. on December 21, 2011 (KMOX/Brad Choat)

Occupy St. Louis Sings, Zings In Clayton

Protestors stand up for St. Louis County man who could lose home to foreclosure on December 26.



What’s Next for Bank Fees

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin says thousands switched to community banks and credit unions when Bank of America threatened to impose a five dollar per month fee on debit cards.




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