The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is under attack for its handling of Crossland Savings Bank.

The General Accounting Office claims the FDIC provided no proof that taking over and operating the failed Brooklyn, N.Y.-based thrift was the least costly rescue. The GAO also questioned the assumptions that went into the FDIC's calculation of least costly.

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