WASHINGTON - Now that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has finally unloaded Crossland Federal Savings Bank, the agency faces some tough questions about how it chose to deal with the failed thrift.

Banking law requires the FDIC to sell or liquidate in the cheapest way possible. At issue will be how the FDIC concluded that last week's unusual sale met that requirement.

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