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Banking news and analysis from The Nation
October 12, 2017
Ai Weiwei on Refugees: They Are Part of Us
Plus: David Dayen on JPMorgan Chase and Amy Wilentz on Ivanka, Jared, and Don Jr.
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October 5, 2017
Behind JPMorgan Chase’s Bait-and-Switch
According to lawsuits filed by investor Larry Schneider, the bank sold him thousands of mortgages—then changed the terms of the deal.
October 5, 2017
Special Investigation: How America’s Biggest Bank Paid Its Fine for the 2008 Mortgage Crisis—With Phony Mortgages!
Alleged fraud put JPMorgan Chase hundreds of millions of dollars ahead; ordinary homeowners, not so much.
September 29, 2017
From Free Lunch to Public Banks, These Cities Are Giving Us Hope
Dispatches from the Urban Resistance: Alameda to Elyria and beyond.
September 27, 2017
Why Should Your Credit History Cost You a Job?
In most states, an employer can require a credit report as part of your job application. Elizabeth Warren wants to stop that.
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September 26, 2017
Demand Immediate Aid for Puerto Rico
You can also register your friends and family to vote and march for racial justice.
September 21, 2017
The Financial Industry Is Its Own Best Enemy
Equifax’s blunder does more than any white paper to demonstrate the need for financial reform.
September 12, 2017
Combat Trump’s Lies About Taxes
You can also donate to local organizations working on Hurricane Irma recovery and fight to defeat Trump’s Muslim ban.
August 31, 2017
Puerto Rico’s Oversight Board Is About to Slash Government Workers’ Hours—and Pay
But the island’s governor says he's willing to go to jail to prevent the furloughs.
August 24, 2017
It Was 50 Years Ago Today: Abbie Hoffman Threw Money at the New York Stock Exchange
To denounce the Vietnam War and bring about the “death of money,” the protest took a playful turn.