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Community bankers and mortgage lenders are skeptical of President Obama’s call to shutter mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, arguing that the still-fragile US housing industry is not ready for such a change.
The Justice Department has filed sealed criminal charges against several suspects in connection with the Sept. 11, 2012 Benghazi terror attack, a U.S. official tells Fox News.
The trial of the Fort Hood gunman, acting as his own attorney, took a surreal turn when the former Army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 in the 2009 attack grilled witnesses, including his former boss and a fellow Muslim who spoke to him the day of the shooting.
Terror threat that led to closure of nearly two-dozen US embassies and consulates resulted from intercepted communications between Al Qaeda leaders, source tells Fox News.
Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez vows to appeal after he is suspended by MLB without pay through 2014 season — or 211 games — for violating drug and league policies, as 12 other players receive 50-game suspensions.