Trump appointed Mick Mulvaney to lead the agency shortly after the outgoing director appointed his own successor.
Mulvaney has been a critic of the bureau, but pushed back against the idea he was there to dismantle the agency.
Leandra English, who was elevated to interim director of the bureau last week by its outgoing director, sent staff an email offering…
The deputy director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit to stop President Trump from choosing someone else to fill the role.
The U.S. Senate voted 51-50 to undo rules preventing financial institutions from forcing customers with disputes into arbitration.
An arbitration clause in Equifax's terms of service could keep the victims of its data breach from joining a class-action lawsuit against the company.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has published a rule barring financial companies from using arbitration to shut down class-action suits.
House Republicans passed a bill that would undo many of the stringent financial regulations passed by President Obama in 2010.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren grilled Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf over the culture that led to employees illegally inflating their sales numbers.
Wells Fargo employees opened fake accounts with their customers' money to meet sales targets.
Toyota agreed to pay $21.9 million to black and Asian car buyers after an investigation found they paid higher interest rates than white buyers.