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Can banks have too much cash?

Can banks have too much cash?

10/24/11 08:00PM

Top talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Mike Barnicle and New York Magazine's John Heilemann – discusses Netflix's subscriber loss, Herman Cain's new... watch

An excerpt from John Grisham's new book 'The Litigators'

An excerpt from John Grisham's new book 'The Litigators'

10/24/11 04:24PM

Chapter 1The law firm of Finley & Figg referred to itself as a “boutique firm.” This misnomer was inserted as often as possible into routine conversations, and it even appeared in print in some of the various schemes hatched by the partners to solicit business. When used properly, it implied that Finley & Figg was something above your average two-bit operation. Boutique, as in small, gifted, and expert in one specialized area. Boutique, as in pretty cool and chic, right down to the Frenchness of the word itself. read more

Republican presidential candidate Texas Gov. Rick Perry, speaks at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition presidential candidate forum, in Des Moines, Iowa, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011.

Top Talker: Rick Perry questions President Obama's citizenship...

10/24/11 09:45AM

 Texas Governor Rick Perry is making headlines for so-called “birther” comments he made during an interview with Parade Magazine. Originally, Perry said he had no reason to think that President Obama was not born in the United States. However, when pushed further, the Texas Governor said he could not be sure that the President’s long-form birth certificate was real. read more

Must Read Op-Eds for October 21, 2011

10/21/11 09:28AM

THE GOP'S FOREIGN POLICY GAP  BY EUGENE ROBINSONWASHINGTON POSTCain said repeatedly that his proposed fence would be electrified. Then he said those remarks were in jest. Then he said the fence might be electrified after all. Sorry for the digression, but I’m just trying to keep up. What’s no joking matter is that, to the extent that the Republican candidates deal at all with international affairs, it tends to be in a way that’s shockingly vapid and unsophisticated. It is likely that domestic issues, especially the parlous state of the economy, will dominate the election. read more