The Fed's meeting records show the influential liberal commanding attention.
"I do now think it is a bad policy,” the former congressman said.
A pair of House Republicans is probing the recent Justice Department settlements.
Sen. Carl Levin led a two-year probe aimed at Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley.
Regulators issued voluntary standards meant to combat hackers.
The final FDIC rule is a victory for industry groups that balked at more stringent language.
Lawmakers and outside groups have accused Holder of going easy on big banks.
The Financial Stability Oversight Council is not yet fulfilling its mission, GAO said.
Tea Partiers oppose the bank's reauthorization, calling it corporate welfare.
The regulations are meant to help prevent a repeat of the economic crisis.
Community banks say costs of filing quarterly reports have spiked in recent years.
Issa is probing Justice's decision to settle with two of the nation's biggest banks.
“Their profitability seems to suggest they're doing better than ever,” she said.
Sens. Warren, Manchin call for appointees who are tough on Wall Street.
"You need to fix it, or we need to get someone who will," Sen. Elizabeth Warren said.
The CFTC took on new responsibilities after the economic crisis.
The CFPB is not naming the alleged bad actors.
Republicans have assailed the secretive Obama administration program.
The consumer board’s practices have raised questions about privacy from conservatives.
Current law caps rewards at $1.6 million for individuals who expose malfeasance.
The bank’s charter expires on Sept. 30.
Groups are pressuring the CFPB to rein in the industry with tough regulations.
Industry spending has eclipsed $800 million, according to Americans For Financial Reform.
The former House Financial Services Committee chairman returned to defend his signature law.