What Barney Frank really thinks about the rollback of Dodd-Frank

The Senate is on the verge of passing a bill that will weaken Dodd-Frank, the landmark 2010 banking reform law.


Trump's Administration is Easy Street for Wall Street

The government's aggressive financial deregulatory agenda is a giant middle finger to consumers.


Obama Has Always Been Cool with Taking Wall Street Cash

But accepting $400,000 for a speech right after leaving office, when his own refusal to take on Wall Street probably helped elect Trump, is still a uniquely bad look.


The Bernie Sanders–Endorsed Wall Street Reform That Might Actually Happen

America had a Great Depression–era rule designed to stop banks from driving the economy into the gutter—until Bill Clinton axed it. Now a key Republican official in the government has a plan to modernize it.


Donald Trump Says He’d Meet With Kim Jong-un to Talk About North Korea’s Nukes

In a wide-ranging interview, Trump also said that he disapproved of Putin's actions in Ukraine, would dismantle the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill, and wants to renegotiate the Paris climate deal.