Americans have lost confidence in banks and credit card companies. Is government protection against predatory lending the answer? As the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau takes its first major action, will it make things better or worse? Also, the UN Security Council fails to act on Syria, and the National Guard's sponsorship of NASCAR racer Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has barely survived Congressional budget cutters. But the Army has dropped the Stewart-Haas team. What's sacred and what's not?
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Hero or Goat?
From this Episode:
Do Consumers Need Protection from Their Banks?
Yesterday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau took its first major enforcement action since it began operating a year ago. It ordered Capital One Bank to refund...
Security Council Fails to Act on Syria
One day after Syrian rebels killed top aides to President Assad in the heart of Damascus, Security Council members China and Russia have vetoed a resolution extending the...