The Watchdog

Yes, there are certainly some smart people who accept their party's faults and work within them to make changes... and then there are the slimeballs who we see on TV every day. It seems like most millennials would prefer to run the other way from the rats.
Since it's often unclear initially whether an earthquake has created a tsunami or not, the buoys play a crucial role in detecting
Scalia argued that the agency never determined whether the rule was "necessary and appropriate," claiming that it would end
A friend and I met up at a new bookstore and café in the centre of town, which has only been open for a month. The establishment
* The Securities and Exchange Commission is making government geeks happy with a user friendly redesign of its database of
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission again put off voting on a rule that would more strictly regulate the massive swaps
The bulk of pipeline oversight is conducted by state inspectors, many of whom have been furloughed for weeks at a time, according
that customized derivatives and structured products not be treated as permissible market-making activity Quick Hits Obama
* "Restaurant A" -- How Bill Marler's Food Safety News tied the salmonella outbreak to Taco Bell. A tough interpretation
The Federal Trade Commission reached a settlement with robocallers who deceived more than 13,000 customers by claiming to
The Heritage Foundation takes aim at Obama's nominee for the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Marietta S. Robinson, because
This story has been updated On Friday, Jerry J. Williams pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud for his role in
Could Wall Street Criminals Face Longer Prison Sentences? Duffy claimed that CME's self-regulation "worked flawlessly," adding
Almost 80 percent of small business owners see government rules as a crucial way to compete with big business, 86 percent
Serageldin could not be located and it is not clear if he is involved in the pending case. The charges are related to an
SEC spokesmen and Loreley Financing's lawyer declined to comment to The Huffington Post. "The $1 billion START 2005-B trade
Less than four years after a head-on train collision that caused 25 deaths prompted safety legislation, those rules are in
Credit-Rating Agency's Conflicts of Interest Ignored Though there are at least seven alternative compensation models that
Volcker Rule Limps To Finish Line Get Out Your Thesaurus! Big Step Forward for Food Safety Possible We should seriously consider
Last week, Franz Gayl was given his life back. The Marine Corps veteran, who made waves in 2007 when he blamed top military officials for failing to speed the shipment of life-saving vehicles to Iraq, has spent the last few years seeing his vaunted career ripped to shreds.