Sen. Tim Johnson Says Dismantling Dodd-Frank Is ‘Dangerous’
At a hearing conducted Tuesday by the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, the committee's Democratic chairman Tim Johnson, D-S.D., said that tearing down the Dodd-Frank reform law of 2010 "would be dangerous and irresponsible."
Rangel Convicted of Ethics Violations
Democratic Representative Charles Rangel, Congress's former chief tax writer, was convicted by a congressional panel on Tuesday.
The Financial Reform Fiasco
In late February, Senator Chris Dodd of Connecticut, the Democratic chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, announced the showpiece of his financial-regulatory reform plan: a...
Stretched Too Thin?
No single commercial or governmental agency has as big an influence on financial planners and investment advisors as the Securities and Exchange Commission. Moreover, within...
The Contenders: Election 2004
The Presidential election is only weeks away now, and it's still anyone's guess as to whether George Bush will be reelected on Nov. 2 or...