WASHINGTON -- First it was Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Now concern is growing that another government mortgage giant might teeter, just as the nation's housing market is stabilizing.
A year after Fannie and Freddie were effectively nationalized, problems at the Federal Housing Administration are raising worries among industry executives and Washington policy makers.
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