Both consumers and the entities about which they complain will post their stories online.
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.