Fannie Mae's chief executive and chairman was on Capitol Hill yesterday to defend the company's accounting practices before members of Congress.

Franklin D. Raines responded to allegations about Fannie Mae's implementation of two accounting standards raised in a damning report issued last month by its regulator, the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight.

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