Sharyl Attkisson has sued the Obama administration for $35 million.
Economic output is expected to grow at an annual rate of 2.9 percent.
The administration is moving forward with its contentious “fiduciary rule.”
The Department of Justice said it's cracking down on financial fraud in the U.S. and abroad.
Clinton tweeted that "attacking financial reform is risky and wrong."
Fewer than 1 in 4 apply to more than on lender, a CFPB report said.
HUD Secretary Julián Castro on Thursday defended the Obama administration’s plan to cut insurance...
The review could inform further SEC cybersecurity oversight efforts.
"Too many Democrats ... talked about the evils of big government," she said.
The White House on Tuesday nominated community banker Allan Landon to the Federal Reserve Board.
Industry backers say proposed regulations would hurt military families — not protect them.
The Department of Defense is expected to issue new protections for military members borrowing money...
President Obama's top housing finance regulator will defend the administration's decision to re-...
One of the nation’s biggest bank lobbyists is urging Congress to rework the Dodd-Frank financial...
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau assessed nearly $36 million in penalties against Wells...
A new survey says some Republican voters are open to raising taxes on millionaires.
In suing the FSOC, the company raises important constitutional and procedural concerns.
Housing industry advocates on Thursday praised President Obama for making another push to wind down...
The regulator wants to monitor all securities accounts and transactions. Investors should run.
The Federal Reserve urges patience on when it will raise interest rates.
The Consumer Bankers Association added three to staff with Capitol Hill experience.
Firms prohibited from giving to candidates can pour money into super-PACs instead.
The CFPB accused lenders of taking advantage of military families.
Financial regulators decided Thursday that the insurance company MetLife is critical to the...