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The Senate is poised to approve significant changes to the post-crisis financial law. Some moderate Democrats are supporting the effort, even as their progressive colleagues warn that it’s too risky.

01/16/2018 12:38 am
The death of Mr. Wilmers robs the banking industry of a staunch defender — just as lawmakers consider ditching some of the constraints he railed against.

12/18/2017 9:45 pm
Economic bubbles grow — and eventually pop — when politicians forget why financial regulations exist.

12/11/2017 10:45 am
The president appeared to be pushing back against a report about his administration reviewing whether the bank should pay hefty fines for abusive mortgage lending practices.

12/08/2017 5:33 pm
Ann Marie Buerkle, a commissioner poised to run the federal agency, has rarely voted for a mandatory recall, a maximum fine, or a tougher safety standard.

12/06/2017 8:30 pm
Mick Mulvaney, who became the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after a court fight, pared back some of his restrictions on the agency.

12/04/2017 10:12 pm
At a Supreme Court argument on Tuesday, the justices focused on a narrow definition of “whistle-blower” in the Dodd-Frank Act.

11/28/2017 10:15 pm
It may frustrate the president, but he does not have the power to appoint the interim head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

11/28/2017 12:33 am
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