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As housing crisis festers, mortgage servicers spend $8 million on political contributions

By Michael Hudson and Aaron Mehta

Stock market plunge shows need for tough oversight of financial system, reformers say

By Michael Hudson

U.S. stock market plunge followed Financial Stability Oversight Council warning

By Michael Hudson

Dodd-Frank regulators brace for lawsuits after SEC loss in appeals court

By Shirley Gao

Can an auditor still be independent after 100 years on a corporate payroll?

By Shirley Gao

FTC examines car sales, financing abuses targeting U.S. troops

By Michael Hudson

One year after reform law passed, Wall Street still spending big on lobbying

By Shirley Gao

As person-to-person online lending grows, how should it be regulated?

By Alexandra Duszak

Pension insurer criticized for switching investment strategies too frequently

By Alexandra Duszak

Republicans adopt more nuanced fight against Wall St. reform law

By Shirley Gao

Bank-backed House lawmakers try to kill IRS plan to identify $1 trillion in foreign accounts

By Michael Hudson

Next stop for fight over Wall Street reforms: Federal court

By Shirley Gao

No unemployment worries for bank lobbyists in Washington, where business is booming

By Shirley Gao

Credit rating execs short on debt plan specifics for small audience at House hearing

By Amy Biegelsen

Financial stability council warns Congress U.S. markets still fragile

By Shirley Gao

Credit rater says new consumer agency is much-needed "medicine" for banks

By Shirley Gao

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