ProPublica: Here are Obama's housing latest proposals, whether they are anything new, and whether they stand a chance of going anywhere.
Howard Goodman: Attorneys general of the 50 states were being polled to see if they're on board with a multibillion-dollar settlement with the nation's biggest banks over the foreclosure practices of the late 2000s.
Howard Goodman: A study finds Florida one of the worst states in the nation for income and financial security.
Ralph De La Cruz: After a miserable half-decade, 2012 offers signs that things may finally be turning around for Floridians.
ProPublica: U.S. Century Bank had very high rates of insider loans and other red flags, yet got a $50.2 million TARP loan. Now that taxpayer money may be lost as the bank stumbles under heavy losses.
ProPublica: Documents suggest the government coddled mortgage servicers in its flagship foreclosure prevention program despite frequent and serious errors.