After a monthslong showdown with the Senate, House leaders have agreed to pass a modest set of financial regulation reforms.
Maybe don't give the other side the rope to hang you with.
A divided D.C. Circuit holds Congress may insulate the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from Presidential Control. Will the Supreme Court agree?
The D.C. Circuit says the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is OK.
Senate Republicans could vote as soon as this week to repeal the CFPB's ban on arbitration clauses.
It's the latest effort to use the Congressional Review Act to assert the authority of elected lawmakers over appointed bureaucrats.