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Fannie Mae accused of discrimination in Indy, 37 other metros

Indianapolis is among 38 metropolitan areas included in a discrimination lawsuit filed Monday against the Federal National Mortgage Association, commonly known as Fannie Mae.The...

Sherri Shepherd forced to pay ex-husband child support

Actress/comedienne Sherri Shepherd just lost a vicious child support battle with her ex-husband Lamar Sally.The View co-host lost her bid to have her name removed...

New York City Pays Eric Garner’s Family $5.9 Million Settlement To Avoid Lawsuit

New York City has settled a claim with Eric Garner's family for $5.9 million in an effort by city officials to head off a...

Morgan Stanley will pay large fine over ISTA lawsuit

Indiana Securities Commissioner Chris Naylor has signed and approved an agreement in which Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC will submit to a fine of...

US attorney drops lawsuit against Indy businessman

The government no longer is suing to seize bank accounts and other assets of an Indianapolis businessman whom it alleged was operating a Ponzi...

Rev. Henry Lyons files another lawsuit against NBC.

*A month after losing his long-shot bid to return as president of the National Baptist Convention, the Rev. Henry Lyons is once again suing...

Indian farmers told not to lose hope over lawsuit

American Indian farmers and ranchers involved in a decade-old lawsuit against the federal Agriculture Department were told Thursday not to lose hope. Dozens of...

Ind. Supreme Court to review Indy library lawsuit

The Indiana Supreme Court will decide whether engineering subcontractors should be held liable for millions of dollars in cost overruns in a recent renovation...
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