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FDIC Bank Closing Information August 19.2011

Bank Closing Information August 19, 2011 These links contain useful information for the customers and vendors of these closed banks. First Choice Bank, Geneva, IL First Southern National Bank, Statesboro, GA Lydian Private Bank, Palm Beach, FL Public Savings Bank, Huntingdon Valley, PA Is My Account Fully Insured? Complete Failed Bank List Failed Financial Institution Contact Search Bank Failures in Brief Problem Banks - The FDIC creates reports on problem or troubled banks in the aggregate. We do not make the details of this list publicly available.

Climate-change science makes for hot politics | The Washington Post Today's Headlines

TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS Climate-change science makes for hot politics The science of climate change hasn’t changed significantly in the past four years, but the political debate has shifted sharply. (By Joel Achenbach and Juliet Eilperin) HIV/AIDS funding delay causes problems This spring’s budget fights, combined with internal glitches at the federal agency responsible for awarding HIV/AIDS safety net funds, have held up critical dollars for months. (By Lena H. Sun) For Marines, a woman in charge A leatherneck named Loretta is turning a few good men — and women — into Marines at Parris Island, S.C., as the training ground’s first female commander. (By Craig Whitlock) Beck, Redskins look good in win over Colts Quarterback John Beck completes 14 of 17 attempts for 140 yards as Washington finishes with 415 yards of offense and holds the depleted Colts to 150 yards. (By Mike Jones) Jason Reid: Beck begins to validate Shanahans’ beli

NYT: Today's Headlines: Qaddafi's Hold in Tripoli in Doubt as Rebels Advance

Today's Headlines Latest Business News  at time of Posting Verizon Strike to End, Talks to Continue Societe Generale CEO Sees Market Nerves Lingering Europe Needs Euro Bonds to Exit Crisis-Greek PM TOP NEWs Qaddafi's Hold in Tripoli in Doubt as Rebels Advance By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi's hold on his Tripoli stronghold shows signs of slipping as residents said they believed his flight or ouster could be imminent. U.S. Scrambling to Ease Shortage of Vital Medicine By GARDINER HARRIS Officials are rushing to find remedies for critical shortages of drugs to treat a number of life-threatening illnesses, including bacterial infection and several forms of cancer. Deal Frees 'West Memphis Three' in Arkansas By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON Three men convicted of killing three 8-year-old boys in a 1993 murder case were freed from jail on Frid