With more than three million homeowners facing foreclosure this year, banking executives testified before a House committee about why relief isn't reaching individuals in need. Ray Suarez reports.
Former executives of mortgage giant Fannie Mae testified about their role in the collapse of the housing market and the ensuing economic crisis before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Jeffrey Brown talks to two housing experts for more.
Former Citigroup executives apologized before members of Congress for their company's involvement in the global financial crisis. Jeffrey Brown talks to the chairmen of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission about their ongoing inquiry.
Jeffrey Brown takes a look inside the doomsday machine of the subprime lending crisis with author Michael Lewis in a conversation about his new book, "The Big Short."…
Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, has unveiled a plan to regulate banks and large firms and limit the amount of risk they can assume after the financial crisis. In a newsmaker interview, Judy Woodruff talks…
New credit card regulations went into effect on Monday, intended to protect consumers from unfair billing practices. Jeffrey Brown discusses the impact of the changes with Adam Levin of Credit.com and finance columnist Gail MarksJarvis.
Paul Solman sits down with former bank regulator and author Bill Black as part of his continuing series of reports examining bank reform and the future of Wall Street.
Greece has one month to take urgent measures to rein in its debt problems and less time to share information about its currency swaps, EU finance ministers said Tuesday. Jeffrey Brown talks to finance experts Scheherazad Rehman and Simon Johnson.
In other news Thursday, former president Bill Clinton underwent surgery for chest pains, and European leaders promised "determined and coordinated action" to support Greece as it battles a debt crisis.
The financial markets remain unstable as disagreement persists within the European Union about how to deal with swelling debt levels in Greece, Portugal and Spain. Jeffrey Brown talks to an economist for insight.
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