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Education Dept. backs away from fix to help disabled student borrowers

By Sasha Chavkin

Judge rules in favor of military retirees who traded their pensions for lump sum payments

By Jason McLure

Does DOJ probe mean the government is finally turning up heat on the rating agencies?

By Ben Hallman

Borrower Nightmares: Navy pension signed over as collateral for costly quick cash

By Jason McLure

FBI brags about chasing down mortgage fraudsters but big banks are left untouched

By Michael Hudson

Corporate informants could reap big windfalls for exposing fraud

By Michael Hudson

Debt settlement company fined, ordered to stop operating in Illinois

By Shirley Gao

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

By Amy Biegelsen

S&P not shy about using its clout politically

By Michael Hudson and Aaron Mehta

A roundup of investigations in the three years since the last market crash

By Shirley Gao

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

By Amy Biegelsen

As housing crisis festers, mortgage servicers spend $8 million on political contributions

By Michael Hudson and Aaron Mehta

Stock market plunge shows need for tough oversight of financial system, reformers say

By Michael Hudson

U.S. stock market plunge followed Financial Stability Oversight Council warning

By Michael Hudson

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