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March 11th, 2014 - Third Squad detectives report the arrest of a Dix Hills man on March 10, 2014 at 11:11 am in Hempstead.
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In March 1989, British scientist Tim Berners-Lee published a paper proposing an "information management" system for his laboratory.
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Prime Minister John Key has claimed a potential clash with the G20 Summit in Australia is behind his decision to set the election two months earlier than usual, but his political rivals say he is going early to avoid a voter backlash from rising power prices and mortgage-rate hikes.
Abandoned homes riddle the country road where Jocelyn Shockley and her family live just of west of Zanesville.
Five years after the federal government bailed out more than 1 million struggling homeowners, many who got the relief may end up losing their homes after all.
A Henderson man has been sentenced to more than 4 years in prison and ordered to pay more than $800,000 in restitution in a mortgage fraud scheme.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the pace of housing starts picked up last month, ending a string of modest declines that began in November, but it appears the longer-term trend remains flat.
Servicing becomes more of a shadow industry : The government, unimpressed by banks' previous handling of troubled mortgage loans, has been pushing banks out of the mortgage-servicing industry.
Housing starts in the Toronto Census Metropolitan Area were trending at 35,934 units in February compared to 36,313 in January according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation .
Five years ago, the United States was in the midst of its worst recession in seven decades, and stocks were feeling it.
Question: I recently had some health issues and the medical bills are more than my insurance can cover.
The New Year signals the universal practice of resolving to break bad habits. Many people focus on health when making resolutions.
The only sure way for the Swiss National Bank to cool the booming Swiss mortgage market is by raising interest rates, the chief of Raiffeisen Switzerland said on Saturday, adding that greater self-regulation by banks would have little effect.
Gov. Dannel Malloy says he has signed an executive order creating a program that will use $10.8 million federal funding to bring down energy costs for Connecticut residents living in multifamily homes.
Everyone agrees that the winter just now winding down has been brutal for most Americans.
By Beth Dalbey Pontiac, Michigan - How did the death of a woman go unnoticed for five years? The answer appears in part to be that modern technology allowed the woman's life to continue on autopilot - even after she died.