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A Look at Back at Bank Scandals Since the Financial Crisis

Even before the LIBOR scandal hit, the financial industry's image was already badly tarnished by its leading role in causing the global financial crisis and recession. Here's a look at some of the low points for banking and bankers since the start of the financial crisis.

The (Extended) Family Home: Why Millions Are Moving In

Multigenerational households in this country are growing fast. At the end of 2009, 51.4 million Americans lived in a home with three or more generations under one roof, up nearly 5 million from 2007. So what's driving this trend, and how can you move in relatives without drowning in drama?

Minorities Suffer Most in Home Foreclosure Crisis

One of the most disturbing aspects of the home foreclosure crisis is how much damage it has caused in minority communities. Now, the activist group Committee for Responsible Lending has spelled out the depth of the problem in stark detail.