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  • WASHINGTON, May 19- Three U.S. The most senior Democrat on the Senate committee overseeing pensions, Washington's Patty Murray, and two of the party's liberal stars who advocated for the rule, Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren, wrote to newly confirmed Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta about reports that he was looking for a way to freeze the rule and make it "stick."

  • But Mnuchin was explicit before the Senate Banking Committee that that vision did not include breaking up large banks that engage in both. A call to reinstate the 1933 law was included as part of the official Republican Party platform during the 2016 presidential campaign. Gary Cohn, the former Goldman Sachs executive who now leads President Donald Trump's...

  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren

    Warren said "this is like something straight out of George Orwell" as Mnuchin said he did not favor breaking apart banks.

  • Markets wants corporate tax reform: Trader

    "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders react to Senator Warren's comments after pressing Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on Glass–Steagall legislation. Mario Gabelli, chairman of Gabelli Funds, talks about the impact of Trump trade policies on the markets.

  • But Mnuchin was explicit before the Senate Banking Committee that that vision did not include breaking up large banks that engage in both. A call to reinstate the 1933 law was included as part of the official Republican Party platform during the 2016 presidential campaign. Gary Cohn, the former Goldman Sachs executive who now leads the president's National...

  • Warren: Mnuchin reversed stance of Glass–Steagall '180 degrees'

    CNBC's Ylan Mui talks to Senator Elizabeth Warren after pressing Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on his stance on Glass–Steagall legislation.

  • Elizabeth Warren is faulting Republicans for blocking Democrats from negotiations on the Senate version of a health care overhaul bill. The Massachusetts Democrat said Monday that Senate Republicans are trying to get the bill to the floor of the Senate as quickly as possible. "The Republicans have literally locked the Democrats out of the negotiations over...

  • WASHINGTON, May 11- A major challenge to the U.S. watchdog for consumer finances fizzled on Thursday, as Congress missed a deadline to repeal the agency's new rule on prepaid cards. The timing made the rule eligible for Congress to repeal it under the Congressional Review Act, but lawmakers only had until Thursday to kill the regulation by passing a disapproval...

  • Senators call for federal probe into Carl Icahn

    Billionaire activist Carl Icahn is accused of violating laws against insider trading and market manipulation in his role as a special adviser to President Trump.

  • Carl Icahn

    Eight Democratic senators called for a federal investigation into whether Mr. Icahn violated laws against insider trading. The New York Times reports.

  • "We are writing to request that your agencies investigate whether Carl Icahn violated insider trading laws, anti-market manipulation laws, or any other relevant laws based on his recent actions in the market for renewable fuel credits," the senators said in a letter to the heads of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading...

  • "We are writing to request that your agencies investigate whether Carl Icahn violated insider trading laws, anti-market manipulation laws, or any other relevant laws based on his recent actions in the market for renewable fuel credits," the senators said in a letter to the heads of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading...

  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks during a campaign rally with democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at St Saint Anselm College on October 24, 2016 in Manchester, New Hampshire.

    Civil rights icon John Lewis called the bill's passing "a shame and a disgrace."

  • Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas.

    Republicans who want take a heavy knife to many of the regulatory requirements for financial institutions will finally get their chance today.

  • Reviving such a law would require an act by Congress. Since the 2008 financial crisis, Glass-Steagall has become a calling card for politicians eager to crack down on Wall Street. Senator Elizabeth Warren frequently invokes it, and Senator Bernie Sanders made it a major part of his presidential campaign.

  • Reviving such a law would require an act by Congress. Since the 2008 financial crisis, Glass-Steagall has become a calling card for politicians eager to crack down on Wall Street. Senator Elizabeth Warren frequently invokes it, and Senator Bernie Sanders made it a major part of his presidential campaign.

  • Reviving such a law would require an act by Congress. Since the 2008 financial crisis, Glass-Steagall has become a calling card for politicians eager to crack down on Wall Street. Senator Elizabeth Warren frequently invokes it, and Senator Bernie Sanders made it a major part of his presidential campaign.

  • Reviving such a law would require an act by Congress. Since the 2008 financial crisis, Glass-Steagall has become a calling card for politicians eager to crack down on Wall Street. Senator Elizabeth Warren frequently invokes it, and Senator Bernie Sanders made it a major part of his presidential campaign.

  • Reviving such a law would require an act by Congress. Since the 2008 financial crisis, Glass-Steagall has become a calling card for politicians eager to crack down on Wall Street. Senator Elizabeth Warren frequently invokes it, and Senator Bernie Sanders made it a major part of his presidential campaign.

  • Reviving such a law would require an act by Congress. Since the 2008 financial crisis, Glass-Steagall has become a calling card for politicians eager to crack down on Wall Street. Senator Elizabeth Warren frequently invokes it, and Senator Bernie Sanders made it a major part of his presidential campaign.