March 11 (Bloomberg) -- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would be eliminated and private interests would be on the hook for the first 10 percent of mortgage losses under a bill leaders of the Senate Banking Committee plan to introduce within days.
TRIPOLI, Libya - Libya's parliament has ousted the nation's prime minister in a vote of confidence. The chamber also named on Tuesday the defense minister as an interim prime minister until a replacement for Ali Zidan is found.
US stocks were little changed as investors found few reasons to push the S&P above its recent record high, as tensions in Ukraine continued.
Analysts have boosted their year-end forecasts for the pound against the dollar to the highest in more than two years amid speculation the Bank of England will increase interest rates before the Federal Reserve.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Iranian passengers who used stolen passports on the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner have no known links to terrorism, but the investigation is continuing, authorities said Tuesday.