A rise in domestic violence, a decline in car accidents and more.
Analysts say that under the new acting secretary, Patrick Pizella, deregulation is likely to quicken.
Supporters, foes and independent observers of the Trump administration agree that deregulation will remain a top priority.
“The enemy is forgetting”: Bernanke, Geithner and Paulson on why we must remember the 2008 financial crisis
The former officials coordinated the nation's response, one they say would be a challenge in today's political climate.
Mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac consider one credit score when determining the creditworthiness of mortgage applicants: FICO. Some members of Congress want to change that by adding a provision to a bank deregulation bill that would require Fannie and Freddie to also look at applicants’ VantageScore. The company that calculates VantageScores is […]
The president claims to be doing more deregulation than any other administration. Now that he's a year in, let's take stock.
A $3.9 billion merger that would combine Tribune Media and Sinclair Broadcasting is waiting in the wings. Sinclair is already the nation’s biggest broadcaster with 193 television stations and if the rules change, they’ll add 42 more, including in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
The New York Times and ProPublica found 28 people with potential conflicts of interest.
President Trump’s penchant for regulatory roll-backs raises hard questions.
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin believes a GDP of 3 percent is achievable and cutting regulations is one way to get there.