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Bank of America Corp. urged a federal judge to throw out a $1 billion fraud lawsuit filed by the U.S. alleging it sold defective residential mortgage loans to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that defaulted. more
Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee said he will sign a bill legalizing same sex- marriage as soon as this week, providing an economic boost to the state and a resolution of an issue whose “time had come.” more
PROVIDENCE – Property-tax rates for homeowners would rise with rates for businesses holding flat under a $663 million fiscal 2014 budget proposed by Mayor Angel Taveras Thursday. The spending … more
Rhode Island local private nonprofits in need of a U.S. Small Business Administration loan to cover physical damages from Feb. 8 - 9 snowstorms must apply before the May 21 deadline, according to the SBA. more
The surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect gained more than 1,500 supporters in a campaign proclaiming his innocence on VKontakte, Russia’s most popular social network. more
Water quality in Narragansett Bay and at beaches around Rhode Island is improving, but land development in coastal buffer zones and flood plains are “causes for concern,” according to an indicators report released by the Watershed Counts initiative. more
Two buildings in Rhode Island – Raymour & Flanagan Furniture in East Greenwich and Pocasset Bay Manor in Johnston – were judged some of the best in New England in the National Energy Star Building Competition, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced. more
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has communicated to investigators that he and his older brother alone were responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings and motivated by extremist Islam, according to a U.S. official briefed on the initial interrogation. more
A wounded 19-year-old man was charged by the United States with the bombing of the Boston Marathon, which killed three people, injured more than 170 and set off a four-day manhunt across the metropolitan area while triggering an international investigation. more
A wounded 19-year-old man was charged by the U.S. in connection with the bombing of the Boston Marathon, which turned the race into a murderous tableau, killing three people and injuring more than 170 in a bombing that triggered a four-day manhunt and shut down the city. more
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