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...
Top U.S. watchdogs charged the New York-based cosmetic company for cooking its books.
All while opposing any attempt to promote basic fairness in the union certification process.
A leading House Democrat is calling on the Obama administration to “rethink” an affordable housing...
CFPB will look at how prepaid card users are saving money.
The NLRB's move was hailed by labor and derided by business groups.
Companies charged up-front fees, targeted borrowrs in default.
The bipartisan opposition could endanger the federal insurance program.
Democrats are beginning to line up against changes to the Dodd-Frank Act.
“Americans would be shocked to realize how much discrimination is still legal ..."
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...
Warren and other senators are pressing the SEC to finalize the Dodd-Frank rule.
The CFPB warns that prepaid cards could be on the rise.
Sen. Orrin Hatch introduced the Cutting Regulations That Are Unnecessarily Burdensome Act.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) has introduced legislation to eliminate a tax on small "choose and...
Highlights from Monday's edition of the Federal Register.
Six other senators have joined Warren in opposing the nomination of Antonio Weiss.
"I do now think it is a bad policy,” the former congressman said.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) refused to say whether she would singlehandedly hold up a...
Changes to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform bill are the toughest for Dems to swallow.