Foreclosures have prompted a wave of class-action suits, which could cost banks billions of dollars, a congressional watchdog says.
The tax day 'tea party' in Washington felt like a party indeed, with protesters almost joyful on a summery day where they accused administration officials of treason and rallied for GOOOH.
Congress pledged to tighten regulations on Wall Street after its role in the recession. The industry is reaching into its deep pockets to shape the financial reform legislation to its liking.
All the reform bills would establish a nationwide system of government-run insurance exchanges. Here's how they'd work.
Obama administration officials have been talking up consumer-owned cooperatives. But they might not be big or strong enough to compete.
A 'public option' is popular with the left – and is supposed to serve, too, as a brake on medical costs. But charges that it is unfair to private insurers appear likely to sink it.