The swipe comes a day before Sanders lays out his Wall Street reform plan in New York.
The Government Accountability Office report found an increase in compliance burdens.
A watchdog says the agency has more work to do to stop fraudulent claims.
The IRS is proposing new requirements for nonprofits.
The SEC has reportedly received more than 1.2 million comments in favor of disclosures.
The White House vowed to "aggressively oppose" efforts to weaken the fiduciary rule.
Hillary Clinton vowed to impose tougher rules on Wall Street and go after bad-acting financial...
The Federal Reserve finalized rules Monday that would place stricter restrictions on when the...
Sen. Al Franken and Rep. Hank Johnson are taking aim at "forced arbitration."
Lawmakers say Koskinen impeded their investigation into IRS targeting of conservative groups.
Washington has become the merger capital of the world.
Both women have law degrees from Ivy League schools.
Carolyn Maloney is calling on the SEC to update its diversity disclosure requirements.
They say a rule forcing disclosure of corporate political spending can still be drafted.
A top financial regulator says his agency needs more funding to be effective.
The IRS has sought to define the political activity allowed by nonprofit organizations.
Republicans aired long-running gripes to regulators Tuesday about a panel created to monitor the...
Congress has just days to act to avert retaliatory tariffs on $1 billion in U.S. goods.
The priorities come as both parties work to make some of the credits permanent.
Sen. John Thune said it couldn't get past Obama's veto pen.
The companies are accused of illegally including past civil suit information.
Advocates want all publicly traded companies to disclose their political spending.
The FCC said consumers only got a fraction of the minutes promised.
"We are on our own," says the National Black Chamber of Commerce.