In a letter to the Fed, they say “the public has the right to know” what happened after potentially market-moving information found its way into a private newsletter in 2012.
The Massachusetts senator sure won't let big banks get away with the kind of blatant robbery other members of Congress seem perfectly happy to allow.
The two best-selling authors discuss the American economy and the growth of income disparity plaguing the nation in a HuffPost Live segment that shouldn't be missed.
At the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Humphrey-Mondale Dinner on March 29 in Minneapolis, Sen. Elizabeth Warren cuts Paul Ryan's and Ted Cruz's...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren endorsed a proposal by the United States Postal Service's inspector general over the weekend that could prevent the poor from having to shell out billions of dollars in fees and maybe even save the post office from sinking.
Had enough of Sen. Elizabeth Warren? We haven't either. Here's a must-watch interview in which she discusses her plans for the new year and talks about how politics are rigged against people trying to make a difference.
The Senate failed to pass a jobless insurance extension Tuesday thanks to Republican obstruction, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren believes the time is still ripe to start fighting back.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has teamed up with Republican Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma to introduce a bill that takes aim at the efficacy and malfeasance of government settlements on corporate wrongdoing and could bring billions of dollars back to taxpayers. If corporations have the same rights as people, then they should have to suffer the same consequences.
The Massachusetts senator caused a stir this week after the Third Way think tank wrote an op-ed Monday warning Democrats not to follow Warren "over the populist cliff." But what's truly behind this resentment toward Warren? Fear, of course.
After The Washington Post mocked the idea of Americans facing a looming retirement crisis, the inimitable senator from Massachusetts took to her chamber's floor to remind us that talking about Social Security benefits isn't about "math, [it's] about our values."