Executives From Failed Banks Face Senate Grilling Over CEO Pay, Bonuses and Risk Management
Executives from two large U.S. banks that failed dramatically in March appeared in front of the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday to respond to questions about why their banks went under and what regulators could have done to avoid the calamities.
Prosecutors Expand Federal Corruption Investigation Into Sen. Bob Menendez
Another round of federal grand jury subpoenas went out this week in connection with the ongoing corruption investigation into New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez.
Senate Committee Approves Rail-Safety Bill After Ohio Train Derailment
The bill has been the subject of bipartisan negotiations that resulted in changes to the original version introduced by Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio.