July 30, 2014 in History


Bank of America must pay $1.3 billion in a civil lawsuit over fraud committed by lending unit Countrywide Financial, which operated a scheme nicknamed 'Hustle' that resulted in large numbers of unsubstantiated mortgages during 2007-2008

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1975 Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa disappears in suburban Detroit
1956 U.S. motto, In God We Trust, authorized
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1898 Will Kieth Kellogg invents Corn Flakes
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