The DOJ will sue the ratings agency over ratings it gave risky mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the financial crisis
The chairman of the House Financial Services Committee says that a recent court ruling means the CFPB will have to comply with executive orders limiting its rule-making ability
Attorney General Eric Holder, criticized during his tenure for failing to go after big financial players for their roles in the 2008 meltdown, has spent the last year making up for lost time in an effort to hold banks accountable for their role in the financial crisis
Although proposed changes to the Fair Credit Reporting Act might mean well, they could undermine the credit-reporting process and cause big problems for lenders
A zombie invasion in Canada this month required its members to scare up insurance money or face the more terrifying prospect of a personal injury lawsuit
A new study shows borrower equity has increased by $1 trillion, providing a positive outlook for the housing market
Home price appreciation is continuing to slow – but sales of less expensive homes are down while sales of more expensive homes are gathering steam
A former NFL player will be spending almost four years in federal prison for his role in a multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud scheme.