Mt. Gox, which used to be the world’s largest bitcoin exchange, filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection late Sunday.
The budget debate is shifting to the appropriations committees as lawmakers begin work on their annual spending bills.
A bipartisan pair of senators is calling on a financial regulator to tighten up its background checks of investment brokers.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission appears poised to refill its ranks as a trio of nominees faced no discernable opposition at a confirmation hearing Thursday.
Rep. Jared Polis sends regulators a tongue-in-cheek letter about the dangers of U.S. money.
Lawmakers aren't immune from identity theft, they said on Wednesday.
The Obama administration is continuing to push for heftier budgets for its top Wall Street watchdogs in its latest budget request.
President Obama will release his fiscal 2015 budget on Tuesday, and the rest of the week in Congress will be dominated by that action.
One week after a data breach, Target hired a pair of lobbyists to work with lawmakers.
The House voted Thursday to restructure a controversial government bureau created by the Dodd-Frank law, amid GOP accusations that the bureau is not responsive to Congress and plans to waste millions of dollars renovating its headquarters.