Amy Biegelsen

American University Fellow  The Center for Public Integrity

Amy Biegelsen won the Virginia Press Association’s 2009 and 2011 Best in Show Award for a feature portfolio, and a collection of health and environmental stories. She is the recipient of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Excellence in Journalism prize for a story on children’s mental health issues and is a two-time finalist for the Livingston Award for Young Journalists. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago.

FedEx fails to deliver for drivers

By Amy Biegelsen

New whistleblower cases allege continued bank fraud

By Amy Biegelsen and Emma Schwartz

Virginians protest General Electric over foreclosures

By Amy Biegelsen and Emma Schwartz

Half the members of Congress are millionaires

By Amy Biegelsen

How candidates' tax plans would affect one struggling family

By Amy Biegelsen and John Aloysius Farrell

Solyndra investor's foundation status called into question

By Amy Biegelsen

Xavier Becerra has voted repeatedly to protect Social Security, Medicare

By Amy Biegelsen and Josh Israel

Kyl will oppose "job-killing" tax hikes in Super Congress talks

By Amy Biegelsen, Jeremy Borden and Aaron Mehta

Dave Camp, Ways and Means chair, would cut "out of control" spending

By Amy Biegelsen, Josh Israel and Peter H. Stone

CFPB embraces social media but archiving Twitter, Facebook messages is challenge

By Amy Biegelsen

Law professors ask SEC to write new political donation disclosure rules for business

By Amy Biegelsen

Credit rating execs short on debt plan specifics for small audience at House hearing

By Amy Biegelsen

CFPB to analyze Experian, Equifax, TransUnion data to get to bottom of credit score discrepancies

By Amy Biegelsen

Goldman lobbyists have met with Dodd-Frank regulators nearly 100 times

By Amy Biegelsen

Senate Republicans vow to fight Obama nominee to head consumer bureau

By Amy Biegelsen and Shirley Gao

Borrower Nightmares: $700 dormitory fee costs family its car

By Amy Biegelsen

Banks squeeze bigger debit fee out of Fed

By Amy Biegelsen

Credit bureaus, auto-title lenders, debt collectors among priorities of new consumer agency

By Amy Biegelsen

Family, agents decry "reckless" ATF gun operation on Mexican border

By Amy Biegelsen

What are your credit-related horror stories?

By Amy Biegelsen

Credit union study of swipe costs adds confusion to debit fee battle

By Amy Biegelsen

Unregulated FICO has key role in each American's access to credit

By Amy Biegelsen

Regulatory brawl over debit cards sidesteps the real fee-setters: card companies

By Amy Biegelsen

Maryland challenges online payday lender owned by tribal member

By Amy Biegelsen

Despite Tucson and rising needs, mental health takes a back budget seat

By Amy Biegelsen

Data confirms that securitized mortgages less likely to be modified

By Amy Biegelsen

Conservative think tank's plan would limit securitization of mortgages

By Amy Biegelsen

House Republican pledges to rein In regulators

By Amy Biegelsen

Mining groups seek to delay SEC's conflict mineral deadline

By Amy Biegelsen

Corporations aim to narrow SEC’s proposed whistleblower protections

By Amy Biegelsen

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