Elizabeth Warren

Warren probes ethics officials over Mulvaney's job discussions


Sen. Elizabeth Warren is asking whether acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney's reported talks to be president of the University of South Carolina violated the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act.


Ripple's bank creep, LendUp's new CEO, regulatory competition: Top stories of the week


One bank's push to use Ripple's XRP in cross-border payments; LendUp spins off credit card business, names new CEO; a worrisome resurgence of rivalry among the banking agencies; and more from this week's most-read stories.


Warren: Comerica fraud shows need for security fix in prepaid program


The senator wants Treasury to enhance fraud protection in the Direct Express prepaid program — now a partnership with Comerica Bank — when its contract is rebid in 2020.


Warren bashes banks and billionaires in first 2020 campaign swing


Senator Elizabeth Warren’s first trip to Iowa as a likely presidential candidate highlighted her fiery anti-Wall Street populism.


'Did they charge for breathing the air in their lobbies?': Comments of the week


Readers respond to Wells Fargo's latest fine, weigh Sen. Elizabeth Warren's potential bid for president, consider how banks are preparing for climate change and more.


Win or lose, Warren will put banking in 2020 spotlight


No matter how far the Massachusetts Democrat goes in the next presidential race, the financial regulatory issues that she trumpets will be front and center.


Elizabeth Warren takes major step toward presidential run


The Massachusetts progressive said in a New Year's Eve email and video message to supporters that she’s launching an exploratory committee for a 2020 bid, which could give her an early edge in fundraising among several potential rivals for the Democratic Party nomination.


How should Kraninger run CFPB? Warren has some ideas


The Massachusetts senator and critic of Trump administration policies sent the new CFPB director an expansive list of to-do items for her first month on the job.


Heat's rising on Deutsche Bank; foreign banks get tax relief


Two U.S. senators demand an investigation into the German bank over security, criminal risks; the Treasury has proposed rules to help foreign banks deal with last year’s tax law.


Warren, Van Hollen seek Senate probe of Deutsche Bank's missteps


Sen. Elizabeth Warren is joining with a fellow Senate Democrat Chris Van Hollen in seeking a Banking Committee investigation of Deutsche Bank's compliance with U.S. safeguards against money laundering.