House members ask the DoD to exempt credit unions from the Military Lending Act.
"We don't have a conclusive statement from Equifax," says a credit-rating official slamming Equifax for the massive data breach.
Lawmakers are at odds of rolling back regulations as the details of the Equifax data breach emerge.
A Senator uses Wells Fargo and Equifax as examples to keep the CFPB's arbitration rule, while CU trades oppose it.
More than one million students are defaulting on their student loans; Trump cabinet member blames the CFPB.
States and municipalities are busy implementing their own initiatives regulating employee pay, hiring and benefits.
The uncertainty of Cordray's future at the CFPB continues to drag on.
Banking and Wall Street lobbyists are pushing hard to squash a key CFPB piece of regulation.
CUNA urges the NCUA to close the Stabilization Fund while opposing the agency's plan to increase normal operating levels.
Is CFPB's Director Richard Cordray running for governor of Ohio or not? Lawmakers want to know.