An article in Mother Jones about the fat profits the big tax prep chains make in lower-income neighborhoods.
A profile of Gary Cohn, a top villain of the subprime crisis who the populist president names as his top economic adviser.
An article I wrote for Rolling Stone about the kids of Katrina. Roughly 160,000 kids were displaced by Katrina. The average child moved 7.2 times after the storm. Five years after Katrina, the average Katrina Kid was suffering four time the number of “serious emotional disturbances.”
The self-fulfilling prophecy that is the Lower Ninth Ward, 10 years Katrina.
I write more about the fight to derail and defang Dodd-Frank.
It turns out that passage of a sweeping financial reform measure was only step one in the fight over Dodd-Frank.
An “On Money” column on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Welcome to the lucrative, predatory world of subprime car loans.