The House of Representatives pass CU-supported bills, but Senate leaves Washington without voting on them.
President says he's ready to work with the Republican-led Congress.
CFPB report finds 1,045 agreements in place in 2009 compared to 336 in 2013.
National Association of Realtors asks Congress to help make loan process easier for first-time home buyers.
The Senate will be in session, but House members will be back home during GAC.
The $624M credit union plans to offer loans to members employed by the Justice Department and Homeland Security Department.
Trade group confident on receiving Government Accountability Office report even if Senate doesn’t pass Regulation D study bill.
TV shows such as Scandal and House of Cards are not “plausible,” CUNA’s Jim Nussle says.
Credit unions are well positioned as Republicans prepare to lead the next Congress.
Credit unions lose two strong Democratic supporters in Mid-Term elections.