Elizabeth Warren

Warren wades into CRA overhaul with revamp plan of her own


The senator’s bill to reform the 40-year-old law and expand housing investments could gain clout as Democrats look to pick up congressional seats and she eyes a presidential run.


CFPB chief's meeting with GOP donors may be illegal, Warren says


The Massachusetts senator said a private event where Mick Mulvaney briefed donors about the party’s midterm prospects may violate the Hatch Act.


In reg relief just as with Dodd-Frank, spotlight's trained on Fed


The central bank, which received broad authority after the crisis to supervise big banks, is expected to get more attention from lawmakers over its discretion to ease banks’ burden.


Two lawmakers urge CFPB, FTC to keep pressure on Equifax


Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Elijah Cummings have called for an update on probes into the credit reporting giant a year after its massive data breach came to the light.


D.C. was up in arms over Equifax breach — what happened?


Following news of the breach, congressional hearings for the company’s ex-CEO and other blowback were accompanied by legislative calls to action. But a year later, did policymakers do anything?


Would CFPB nominee hamstring the agency by slashing its budget?


Kathy Kraninger has been tight-lipped about her plans for the consumer bureau, but some point to signs that she could curb the agency's power by reducing staff and other costs.


Senate Banking advances CFPB nominee over Dem objections


The committee approved the nomination of Kathy Kraninger to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, despite strong Democratic opposition, as well as President Trump's picks for Ginnie Mae, the Export-Import Bank and several other positions.


‘Padlock the revolving door’: Warren makes anti-corruption pitch


The senator's proposed legislation includes a ban on individual stock ownership and restrictions on government employees joining the lobbying ranks.


Panel vote on CFPB nominee delayed as Senate plans recess


The Senate recess is postponing the committee's vote comes as Democrats press Kathy Kraninger on involvement with zero-tolerance immigration policy at OMB.


Dem senators call for release of Volcker Rule enforcement data


In a letter to heads of five Federal regulators, Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Sherrod Brown and Jeff Merkley say the public should know the impact of Volcker in light of proposed changes.