Mel Watt needs to be confirmed - now.
Occupiers and other activist groups paid a visit to "the blood-sucking vampires of the housing crisis."
JP Morgan Chase revealed in a regulatory filing Wednesday that the bank faces civil and criminal investigations over its dealing of shoddy mortgage securities that led to the 2008 financial crisis.
When an independent analysis of JPMorgan Chase exposed “serious flaws” in the company’s home loans, it did what Wall Street does best, hid the evidence.
Federal watchdog says mortgage giant had no coordinated plan to bet against homeowners, though Freddie held billions of dollars of investments that paid off if borrowers stayed stuck in high-interest loans.
In order for me to feel truly optimistic, I'd have to believe that these lawsuits are intended to break up the banks and bankrupt them, and of course that's not going to happen. Plus, I can't help but notice this isn't the Justice Department and