by Bryce Covert Mar 17, 2014
An audit of the Department of Justice's efforts to go after Wall Street for mortgage fraud turns up lots of disappointments.
by Alan Pyke Mar 13, 2014
A Wells Fargo instructional manual allegedly showed staff how to falsify documents and create missing ones that the bank needed for foreclosures.
by Alan Pyke Mar 4, 2014
Detroit is trying to pay two giant banks just 30 cents on the dollar, and the banks see this as good news.
by Alan Pyke Mar 1, 2014
Only 15 states prohibit high-interest payday loans, and that could fall to 14 if a pair of Pennsylania Republicans get their way.
by Alan Pyke Feb 27, 2014
Housing discrimination advocates filed a complaint against a fourth major bank for failing to maintain foreclosed homes in non-white neighborhoods.
by Alan Pyke Feb 26, 2014
A years-long investigation details how just one Swiss bank went about recruiting tax dodgers and how American officials risk letting them off the hook.
by Alan Pyke Feb 14, 2014
By a 44-37 margin, Americans support replacing predatory cash-advance companies with the U.S. Postal Service.
by Alan Pyke Feb 10, 2014
The Department of Justice acted "as prosecutor, jury, and judge" in settling with JP Morgan unilaterally rather than seeking judicial review, the suit says.
by Alan Pyke Feb 7, 2014
A new legally binding banker oath of office in the Netherlands indicates regulators may be at their wit's end.
by David Sanchez - Guest Contributor Feb 4, 2014
A new report highlights the importance of having a cop on the beat like the CFPB looking out for consumers.