dodd-frank

Wells Fargo's 17-month nightmare

Regulators fined Wells Fargo in September 2016 for repeatedly creating fake customer accounts to juice the bank's books. The fine was big -- $185 million -- but the allegations were shocking.

Senators fail to block Dodd-Frank rollback

A coalition of senators shut out 34 proposed changes to a bill aimed at loosening Dodd-Frank financial regulations imposed on small and regional lenders after the financial crisis.

Barney Frank rips Mulvaney's appointment to CFPB

Former Rep. Barney Frank pushed back Saturday on the White House's assertion that President Donald Trump has the authority to appoint an interim director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, saying the independence of watchdog agency was a key consideration when Congress passed the law to create it in 2010.

House votes to kill Dodd-Frank. Now what?

House lawmakers on Thursday advanced the "crown jewel" of the GOP-led regulatory reform effort, effectively gutting the Dodd-Frank financial regulations that were put in place during the Obama administration.