With Wall Street Reform passed to ensure the government never has to bail out Wall Street again, a new study underscores just how disastrous it would have been had the President not acted to stem the financial crisis unfolding as he came into office.
Éstas son las 10 cosas que debe saber sobre la Reforma de Wall Street y la Ley de Protección al Consumidor.
Deputy Communications Director invites the media to pay more attention to the historic legislation being signed and less to why some Wall Street CEOs weren't invited.
Deputy Communications Director Jen Psaki runs down 10 aspects of the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act you may not know about -- the online attention-deficit version.
Jen Psaki, Deputy Communications Director, plucks some highlights of Secretary Timothy Geithner's appearance on PBS NewsHour.
As auto-lending lobbyists make one last push to get the Senate to vote in favor of carving them out of Wall Street Reform, a reminder of the reasons not to heed them.
In today's New York Times, David Leonhardt writes about the dramatic impact of President Obama's domestic policy agenda since coming into office. It touches on the efforts of the Administration to help the economy recover while building a new foundation designed to bring greater security and economic growth to America's middle-class families.
Deputy Communications Director Jen Psaki debunks the latest attacks from opponents of Wall Street Reform, this time on the consumer protections.
Deputy Communications Director Jen Psaki explains why a carve-out from Wall Street reform for auto lenders must be prevented for the sake of our troops.
Deputy Communications Director Jen Psaki takes on the latest games of distraction from those looking to avoid the choice between families on Main Street and bankers on Wall Street.