Senate Banking Committee

Yesterday, Elizabeth Warren introduced the 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act of 2013, co-sponsored by Senators McCain, Cantwell, and King. Read more...
I have found it far more satisfying to be about helping working people through issue fights than in helping candidates -- who may or may not help them someday. Read more...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren embarrassed government regulators during a Senate Banking Committee hearing on Thursday morning as she demanded to know why they won’t reveal how frequently big banks illegally foreclosed on homeowners. Read more...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren unloaded on bank regulators Thursday about the fact that British bank HSBC is still doing business in the U.S., with no criminal charges filed against it, despite confessing to serious money laundering violations. Read more...
Senators and their big contributors expected Elizabeth Warren would sit down and shut up until she was there for a while. Not happening! Read more...

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Poor, poor, powerless little Wall Street is having itself a tantrum today over mean old Lizzie Warren, who took her (rhetorical) ax and gave the banker boys 40 whacks: Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) meeting with bank regulators Thursday Read more...
Yesterday Sen. Elizabeth Warren took part in her first Senate Banking Committee hearing -- and it was everything we could hope for. We're surrounded by these Wall St. bullies, and here comes Sen. Warren to set things right: WASHINGTON Read more...
Great news, via Mother Jones! It looks like Elizabeth Warren has secured a seat on the Senate Banking Committee, subject to final approval by the caucus as a whole. Andy Kroll: The Huffington Post, citing four sources "familiar with the Read more...
They're at it again! Via Mother Jones: But the big banks are not fans of Warren, and their representatives in Washington have her in their crosshairs. Aides to two senators on the banking committee tell Mother Jones the industry has already moved Read more...
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke spoke dire words during a hearing before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday. Read more...