A POLITICO investigation shows a persistent double standard in the president’s handling of relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Maria.
The Federal Reserve may change decades-old rules that require banks to lend to low-income borrowers as part of a broader effort to revise a range of banking regulations, the U.S. central bank’s head of regulation and supervision said on Monday.
In its classically quiet fashion, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently released a significant study, asking the Treasury Department to improve data on CRA exams.
Black women, too, must have equal pay — not to white women, but to white men.
Teenage survivors of gun violence sang, and spoke, and read their poetry at the rally, which attracted a crowd numbering in the hundreds of thousands.
Sifting though the conventional wisdom 10 years later.
This week, the U.S. Senate marked the anniversary of the Great Recession by pretending it never happened. Instead, it passed a hurtful plan to roll back consumer protections, including bank data reporting requirements put in place to prevent another financial collapse.
The Senate just voted 67-31 and passed Senate Bill 2155, also nicknamed the #BankLobbyistAct. S. 2155 rolls back bank data reporting requirements used to ensure banks treat all borrowers fairly. John Taylor, President and CEO of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, made the following statement.
The Senate on Wednesday passed sweeping changes to a swath of rules adopted in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
Under Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ name, another generation is harnessing the power of their own voices to cry out for a better world.