Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission faces challenges

The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, which was established by Congress to look into the causes of the financial meltdown, has struggled with issues including a lack of focus, internal disputes and delays. The panel is striving to publish a report on the crisis similar to the 9/11 Commission report by Dec. 15, but that goal appears to be increasingly out of reach, according to this article.

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