What CFPB’s day in court will mean for FHFA


The Supreme Court is ready to weigh in on the CFPB’s leadership structure, but both agencies are facing similar constitutional challenges, suggesting a broader impact of any decision.


Can the Trump administration reform housing on its own?


With Congress deadlocked on a future for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the administration is prepping to move by itself.


What Supreme Court case means for CFPB’s future


Will the justices go further than answering constitutional questions about the bureau's leadership structure?


Supreme Court will hear CFPB constitutionality case


The high court will decide how much latitude a president has to fire the director of an independent agency.


Don’t mess with rules curbing derivatives risk


A regulatory proposal to ease the initial margin buffer on certain derivatives trading could be harmful to the economy.


Hensarling joins Milken Institute as senior fellow


The former House Financial Services Committee chairman follows other notable former officials who went to the think tank after government careers.


Why reforming Fannie and Freddie is so hard to do


As the administration gears up to end a decade of government control of Fannie and Freddie, are there any good options?


Supreme Court yet to decide if it will take CFPB case


A list of upcoming cases published by the high court did not include a challenge to the bureau's constitutionality, but the justices could still decide to review it at a later date.


CFPB extends temporary HMDA relief for small institutions


Institutions that offer fewer than 500 open-end lines of credit will get another two-year exemption from reporting requirements under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act.


Has banking become too political?


Large banks are increasingly taking stands on social issues like gun rights and climate change. Some see this as a troubling development.