Financial Reform News
Missouri Man Paid $50,000 in Interest After Taking $2,500 in Payday Loans
Small payday loans are touted as quick, short-term access to money, but people like Elliott Clark of Kansas City, Missouri, call them "debt traps." A retired and disabled Marine, Clark still has a hard time talking about the more than 5 years in which he says he struggled to pay $50,000 in interest
Customers Could File Class Action Lawsuits Against Banks Under Proposed Rule
A U.S. government watchdog consumer group is inviting public comment on a rule it proposed today that would give consumers the right to file class action lawsuits against banks and other financial firms. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), an agency created after the 2008 financial
Wall Street Bonuses Subject to Tighter Regulation Under New Proposed Rule
Senior Wall Street executives might have to wait longer for their full bonuses, according to a proposed rule announced by financial regulators today. After years of delay, six U.S. financial regulatory authorities are still working on a proposed rule regulating incentive pay, which some believe
Hillary Clinton Talks With Voters Live in 'GMA' Town Hall
The Democratic presidential candidate visited "GMA" to answer voters' questions.
Hillary Clinton Answers Voters' Questions in 'GMA' Town Hall
The Democratic presidential candidate discusses the 2016 race to the White House.
'This Week' Transcript: Sen. Bernie Sanders
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' ON April 10, 2016 and it will be updated. UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Right now on THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, New York state of mind -- after both frontrunners lose big in Wisconsin (VIDEO CLIP) UNIDENTIFIED MALE: -- the raucous race for the White House
The Economic Ramifications of Trump's Border Wall Proposal
Donald Trump 's plan to force Mexico to pay for a border wall by blocking money transfers to the country would be a "mistake" and a total reversal of policy, experts say. In his plan released today, Trump says he will "compel" Mexico to pay for a border wall by blocking remittances and canceling
Sen. Elizabeth Warren: No 'Timeline' on Presidential Endorsement
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has said she has no "timeline" for making an endorsement in the Democratic presidential race . "The way I see it, Democrats are doing exactly what we should be doing," she told NECN in an interview. "I feel an enormous responsibility to make it clear what Democrats stand for."
All Eyes on Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio Ahead of Republican Debate
our lighting. Cecilia, thanks very much. Republican, their big debate tonight ahead of next Tuesday's decisive votes. Florida, the biggest prize, winner take all and latest poll shows trump with a massive lead over Marco Rubio and Tom llamas is on the scene. Reporter: Good morning. Senator Rubio
Hillary Clinton Delivers Rousing Speech Following South Carolina Primary Victory
The Democratic presidential candidate builds momentum, says "there is no barrier too big to break."