Julie Vorman

Managing Editor - Financial Reform & Corporate Accountability  The Center for Public Integrity

Elizabeth Warren returns to GOP-led hearing for more sparring over consumer agency

New consumer agency sets mortgage servicing standards as a top priority

Fed orders lenders to give consumers more credit score information

The CFPB meets Friday with industry groups to start mapping out how it will regulate payday lenders, credit bureaus, others

Foreclosure complaints? "Go tell a Republican" says Rep. Frank

SEC aims to shed more light on murky world of derivatives

BofA settles big investors' complaints about Countrywide mortgage-backed loans

Yet another senior vacancy among banking regulators

Fed to set swipe fee limit

FDIC panel tackles tools needed to dismember biggest banks

Annual disclosures reveal stocks, bonds, land, other assets held by Congress members

Lack of global pact also makes it hard to wind down big, complex banks

CFTC, SEC will miss July 16 deadline for new rules

Financial reform this week: TBTF banks respond to plan requiring living wills

Financial reform this week: House panel to question Fed about future loan disclosures

Obama administration approves $34 million in compensation without market analysis of executive pay

How much goes for processing?

Your guide to Dodd-Frank law deadlines, hearing and events for the week of May 23

SEC tackles credit rating, due diligence rules

This week in financial reform

Your guide to financial reform law events during the week of May 2

Your guide to financial reform law events during the week of April 25

Broadband money flows to House panel that opposed network neutrality

Gitmo prisoner matched to Pearl murder video faces military trial

Fed chief Ben Bernanke last month publicly faced one of his fiercest critics, Republican Rep. Ron Paul, who accused the central bank of a va

How does a key mortgage player size up the current state of the U.S. housing market? “I think we’re near bottom,” Federal Housing Administr

As budget-conscious House Republicans try to kill a $1 billion program to help unemployed Americans avoid foreclosure, Democrat Barney Frank

Payday lenders more than doubled their spending on federal lobbying to $9.2 million in 2009-10, an investment that defeated Congressional at

No government information would be considered “public” unless it is posted on the Internet in user-friendly formats, according to a House bi