GE Capital Bank must repay $169M for discrimination and $56M for deceptive marketing.
Proposed rules approved by the NCUA board would make credit union securitized loans more marketable.
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.
Operation Choke Point investigation could result in better transparency for all financial regulators.
A CFPB examiner and a former employee will appear before a House subcommittee to detail discrimination claims.
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.
Justice Department says the student loan servicer overcharged military borrowers.
Why don't federal agencies understand they exist to serve the public, not the other way around?