Shailagh Murray

Congressional Correspondent, Washington Post

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After weeks of secret negotiations, the Securities and Exchange Commission aimed at the fattest target on Wall Street and  charged Goldman Sachs  with securities fraud.  Normally such…

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After weeks of secret negotiations, the Securities and Exchange Commission aimed at the fattest target on Wall Street and charged Goldman Sachs with securities fraud.  Normally such…

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After weeks of secret negotiations, the Securities and Exchange Commission aimed at the fattest target on Wall Street and  charged Goldman Sachs  with securities fraud.  Normally such…

Goldman Sachs, Public Anger and a Possible Crackdown on Wall Street

After weeks of secret negotiations, the Securities and Exchange Commission aimed at the fattest target on Wall Street and charged Goldman Sachs with securities fraud.  Normally such…

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All over the country, members of Congress and other federal officials are facing demonstrators stirred up about healthcare reform.  Back in Washington today, six Senators — three…

President Checks in on Senate Healthcare Bill

All over the country, members of Congress and other federal officials are facing demonstrators stirred up about healthcare reform.  Back in Washington today, six Senators — three…

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