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A customer walks out of a Check Masters payday lending store Monday, Dec. 28, 2009, in Seattle. A new law regulating payday lenders that takes effect Jan. 1, 2010, will limit the size and numbers of loans people can make in Washington state.

CFPB Asks For Advice; Prepares to Ignore It

The CFPB hid the results – it took a Freedom of Information Act request from the Community Financial Services Association of America to dislodge them – because they wanted to promulgate a far tougher regulation than the industry’s customers would want.

A picture shows the damage inside the burnt US consulate building in Benghazi on September 13, 2012, following an attack on the building late on September 11 in which the US ambassador to Libya and three other US nationals were killed. Libya said it has made arrests and opened a probe into the attack, amid speculation that Al-Qaeda rather than a frenzied mob was to blame. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA (Photo credit should read

Clinton Adviser: ‘Seems Odd’ To Put Tributes To ‘Four Guys’ In Benghazi Statement

An October 19, 2015 email from Mandy Grunwald, however, does give input in the email discussion about what to include in a statement from Clinton on Benghazi and it reads as follows: “Seems odd to put the tributes to the four guys into this statement, since it is mostly the repackaged testimony. We can’t overdo the tributes to them and I think they should be done in person.”


HuffPost: Paul Ryan, Donald Trump Heading for Political Collision

The Huffington Post is trying to spray fuel on the conflict between House Speaker Paul Ryan and GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying, “if there is a fight for the Republican Party, there is no evidence to suggest Republicans will side with Ryan. And there’s no indication of Trump is going anywhere.”


Poll: Hillary Clings to Narrow Lead Over Trump in Florida

Friday, Opinion Savvy, a Georgia-based polling firm, showed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton holding on to a narrow lead over Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in Florida, but still within the margin of error. According to the poll of 538 registered

early voting Florida AP PhotoLynne Sladky

Federal Judge Rules Against Democrats in Florida Voter ID Verification Case

After a week of controversial rulings by United States district judge Mark Walker, a President Obama nominee, he has finally decided to rule against a third pro-Democrat initiative put forth by the Florida Democratic Party in regard to voter ID. On Thursday, Walker ruled against allowing rapid verification to take place during early voting that starts Monday in some major counties in Florida.