Instead of adhering to the new Obama Department of Labor rule, AIG is selling the AIG Advisor Group to a Canadian pension investment manager
170 of the nation's top economists have released a letter endorsing Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders's plan to reform Wall Street.
President Obama made his position clear to Republicans in Congress. He will veto any bill that repeals or weakens Wall Street reform.
House Republicans want us to believe that by gutting Wall Street reform, we can somehow end bailouts and have a healthier economy
Republicans are more than willing to waste money to help the rich and corporations, but money spent protecting the rest of us is "wasteful"
President Obama threw cold water on Republican plans to gut Wall Street reform and consumer protections by threatening to veto both GOP bills if they should reach his desk.
President Obama issued his most direct threat to veto the Republican budget while speaking in Birmingham, AL today. The President warned Congressional Republicans that he would veto any bill that unravels Wall Street reform.
President Barack Obama and Senate Democrats are absolutely giddy today to be losing a procedural vote on Wall Street reform. Why are they so happy? If the Senate Republicans stand together and vote no, Democrats are prepared to rake them over the coals on the issue, as 2/3 of all Americans support financial reform. By being the Party of No, the GOP is painting themselves as the party of Pro Wall St.