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The city of Miami is accusing JP Morgan Chase & Co. of contributing to the housing crisis through a decade of preying on minorities through risky mortgage lending.
With rising incidents of suicide among our kids, maybe it’s time we start thinking more about mental health.
Are auto lenders gouging minorities? Avoid discriminatory price hikes on car loans with these tips.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will sue banks that finance predatory car loans.
African-American women appear to be coveted candidates when it comes to getting loans, according to a study by researchers at the University of Iowa.
Like Wells Fargo and Bank of America before it, Morgan Stanley is now facing claims that it discriminated against Blacks in the lead-up to the housing crisis.
The federal government has created a free program — called the Independent Foreclosure Review — to help families whose homes were wrongfully foreclosed.
According to a new study from the Center for Responsible Lending and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, African-Americans are twice as likely to be foreclosed upon than whites.
This month marks the third anniversary of the enactment of Dodd-Frank, which Congress passed to help protect our nation from another Great Recession.
It's time for the Senate to confirm Rep. Mel Watt, who was nominated by President Obama as the head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.