The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America helps prevent foreclosures by bringing banks to the negotiating table with mortgage holders.
John Dugan helped create the "too big to fail" economy--so why is he still regulating our banks?
To reform the financial sector, we must break up "too big to fail" conglomerates and reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act.
If banks were people, here's what the full $17.5 trillion bailout would look like.
If Obama leads, the people will rally to his side. A good way to remind voters of the bold change they voted for last fall: ordering a hard cap on executive pay.
Was Phil Gramm truly unaware of the widespread efforts at UBS to defraud the US Treasury?
The average American is paying for the banking debacle not only in taxes for the bailout but with lost jobs and homes.
By now everybody must know that the top banking executives responsible for our economic meltdown have no shame.
How can we expect the experts to reform the financial system when it's experts who got us into this mess to begin with?
The Bush-Obama strategy of throwing trillions at the banks to solve the mortgage crisis is a huge bust. Will the president be able to extricate us from this mess?