The Fed's inspector general scolds the CFPB for increasing the budget from its originally approved $95M.
The CFPB answers Capitol Hill accusations regarding exams, saying it addressed Inspector General findings.
An employee tells Congress CFPB officials direct examiners to find violations even if none occur.
A CFPB examiner and a former employee will appear before a House subcommittee to detail discrimination claims.
The bureau is investigating how financial services providers use mobile technology to serve low-income consumers.
Oklahoma senator opposes the CFPB's $185M renovation project during a Banking Committee hearing.
Bureau executive rebuffs April 2 testimony from employee who cited discrimination.
In bid for transparency, bureau says it will open credit union council and others, "the same way most other agencies allow."
DETROIT – The CFPB needs strong, insightful and helpful comments from credit unions to help improve its regulations.
Why don't federal agencies understand they exist to serve the public, not the other way around?