by Alan Pyke Jun 3, 2016
The head of the Democratic National Committee is still listed as a cosponsor of industry-friendly legislation to sabotage new payday loan rules, however.
by Alan Pyke Jun 2, 2016
Federal regulations for payday lending are finally here. But are they strong enough to work?
by Alan Pyke May 24, 2016
One of the government's few successful prosecutions of a bank for mortgage fraud just fell apart more than two years after a jury convicted Bank of America.
by Bryce Covert May 18, 2016
The comments came shortly after he criticized Hillary Clinton for being "totally controlled" by Wall Street.
by Alan Pyke May 10, 2016
Long-awaited regulations are going to make the "payday lending" business look very, very different -- and banks returning to small-dollar loans would disprove predatory lenders' primary talking point.
by Alan Pyke Mar 17, 2016
A few members of Congress really, really want you to believe that Florida's weak, ineffectual payday lending law is a "gold standard."
by Alan Pyke Feb 19, 2016
Years on from the crisis, Nevada is still among the hardest-hit states for foreclosures. Why aren't they coming up more in the primary there?
by Alan Pyke Feb 17, 2016
Marijuana businesses in states that have legalized the drug for recreational use are drowning in cash and cut off from key services that growing businesses rely upon. Can the internet fix it?
by Alan Pyke Feb 5, 2016
Unpacking the story behind Clinton's debate night dagger at the heart of Sanders' political brand.
by Alan Pyke Oct 31, 2015
Are debt collectors invading the American housing finance market?