Episode Feb 03

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode February 3, 2018

On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 3, President Trump claims vindication over the controversial congressional memo, and a DACA recipient and lawyer defends undocumented immigrants. Also, the dairy trade emerges as a major point of contention in NAFTA negotiations between…

Politics Feb 03

Mick Mulvaney, the acting director of the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), speaks on November 27, 2017. The CFPB announced Wednesday that it plans to get rid of most of its consumer protections governing payday lenders. Joshua Roberts/Reuters
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How will CFPB enforcement changes affect consumers?

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is charged with making sure financial institutions treat consumers fairly. But the Trump administration this week stripped the federal agency's enforcement power that allowed it to pursue cases of lending discrimination. Renae Merle, a reporter…

Nation Mar 09

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How new rules could protect you from credit errors

In the past, the way credit rating agencies reviewed disputes or errors frequently hurt consumers. The nation’s three largest credit rating agencies have negotiated with the state of New York to change their review process, and to wait longer before…

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