Republicans In Congress Begin New Effort To Water Down Dodd-Frank Law

Republicans In Congress Begin New Effort To Water Down Dodd-Frank Law

Congressional Republicans wasted no time before trying to roll back Wall Street reforms. ...

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House Approves Volcker Rule Delay Despite Obama Veto Threat

House Approves Volcker Rule Delay Despite Obama Veto Threat

The House is continuing to chip away at Wall Street regulations. ...

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Citigroup Becomes Its Own Self-Serving Lawmaker

Citigroup Becomes Its Own Self-Serving Lawmaker

It's easy to dodge government regulation when you write the laws yourself. ...

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Unzipping The Elizabeth Warren Package

Unzipping The Elizabeth Warren Package

When it comes to Wall Street, Senator Warren is actually far more conservative than the GOP. ...

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The ‘Hunger Games’ Economy

The ‘Hunger Games’ Economy

The "cromnibus" spending bill embodies the worst qualities of our government -- and our media. ...

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Just How Did Big Banks Get That Win In Washington?

Just How Did Big Banks Get That Win In Washington?

The inside story of how Wall Street won. Again. ...

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Congress Could Enact Rollback Of Dodd-Frank Limits On Derivatives

Congress Could Enact Rollback Of Dodd-Frank Limits On Derivatives

If Democrats want to avoid a shutdown, they may have to gut Wall Street regulation. ...

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5 Things For Progressives To Hate In The New Spending Bill

5 Things For Progressives To Hate In The New Spending Bill

Congress' new budget bill has something for everyone to hate. ...

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Gripes About Excessive Regulations And Taxes Often Are Baseless

Gripes About Excessive Regulations And Taxes Often Are Baseless

Ignore the hysteria -- tougher regulations will not sink the economy. ...

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Book Review: ‘Too Big to Jail: How Prosecutors Compromise With Corporations’

Book Review: ‘Too Big to Jail: How Prosecutors Compromise With Corporations’

How big business gets away with crime -- and you get stuck holding the bag. ...

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