The NCUA and CFPB will remain open even if the government shuts down at the end of the week.
Latest version of the Financial CHOICE Act would give credit unions much-needed relief.
Republicans prepare to employ a little-used legislative tool to kill the CFPB's prepaid card rules.
Bill proposes major financial rules to be approved by Congress before they go into effect.
The NCUA is optimistic that the Corporate Stabilization Fund can merge with Share Insurance Fund.
The OCC is on a possible collision course with Congress over the fintech charter issue.
The CFPB announces its fair lending resources for small business lending, mortgage and student loan servicing.
CU compliance expenses could instead be funneled into the economy, trades tell the Senate Banking Committee.
The Senate is likely to stand in the way of the House's highly partisan process to overhaul Dodd-Frank.
The Senate's use of the so-called 'Nuclear Option' won't impact the issues credit union folks care about most.