The CFPB held a field hearing Wednesday to explore student loan affordability issues and find ways for private student loan borrowers to manage their debt.
A new study by the CFPB shows how payday loans and direct-deposit advances can negatively impact consumers.
How the two chambers are handling their oversight of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has become a study in contrast.
Former federal prosecutor Mary Jo White is one step closer to becoming head of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The CFPB released information on thousands of complaints against providers of checking, savings and other bank services. Here are some key takeaways.
The federal agency that protects consumers against unfair car loans has issued a warning.
Consumers could face huge fees just to apply for a credit card, thanks to a new ruling from the CFPB.
A new study shows that even at large banks, payday loans are risky for consumers and can lead to a downward financial spiral for borrowers.
Several auto lenders are being investigated for discriminating practices against consumers who obtained auto loans.
The Senate Banking Committee held confirmation hearings for two of the potentially toughest federal regulators.