Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) introduced a bill Tuesday that would prevent employers from discriminating against job applicants who have poor credit.
Senator Elizabeth Warren introduced a bill Tuesday that would prevent employers from discriminating against job applicants who have poor credit. We cover that and other top stories around the country this morning.
As Sen. Scott Brown falls behind in polls tracking the Massachusetts Senate race, Democrat Elizabeth Warren aims to tie him to GOP leaders.
Senator Elizabeth Warren joins Chris Hayes to talk about her bill to stop employers from using an applicant's credit score in the vetting process.
Need to go beyond the political headlines for analysis, insights, predictions and laughs? Get your fix and chew the fat with our Political Junkies. This week we take a look at Elizabeth Warren and tensions within the Democrats.
Maxed Out -- Two slackers move from the bottom 99% to the top 1% by opening dozens of pre-approved credit cards. WEDDING CRASHERS in tone.
Maxed Out: Hard Times, Easy Credit and the Era of Predatory Lenders -- Per its title, James D. Scurlock's virulently angry muckraking documentary Maxed Out examines the many problems associated with escalating U.S. consumer debt.
Matt Bennett of think tank Third Way defends his organization s criticism of Sen. Elizabeth Warren and expanding Social Security.
Amid Elizabeth Warren s rise to prominence, the Democratic Party is seeing fault lines over social security, Medicare, and bank regulation.
The U.S. Department of Education risks becoming a lapdog as a result of recent actions toward financial companies such as Sallie Mae, Sen. Elizabeth Warren charged Thursday.
CNN's 'The Lead with Jake Tapper's' politics panel discuss Sen. Elizabeth Warren's 'pledge' to not run in 2016.
As her first year in the U.S. Senate comes to a close, it appears Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) can thank Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) for jump-starting her run.
Elizabeth Warren sits down with iVillage -- and doesn't mince words when it comes to her new agency, Republican attacks and the lack of women decision makers on Wall Street.
In the second part of our interview, Warren talks about how her humble beginnings will help her fight for you and your family.