RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Barney Frank

Barney Frank
Barney Frank has been in Congress since 1981. He represents the 4th District of Massachusetts. Barney Frank is the chairman of the Financial Services Committee. Previously, he was a Massachusetts state representative and an assistant to the mayor of Boston. He has also taught at several Boston-area universities.
Barney Frank has been in Congress since 1981. He represents the 4th District of Massachusetts. Barney Frank is the chairman of the Financial Services Committee. Previously, he was a Massachusetts state representative and an assistant to the mayor of Boston. He has also taught at several Boston-area universities. « Show less

Top Barney Frank Articles

Displaying items 45-52
  • ACORN nemesis once targeted Planned Parenthood

     
    The activist filmmaker behind the documentary that toppled ACORN is talking. James O'Keefe posed as a pimp and covertly filmed ACORN officials discussing how he and Hannah Giles, pretending to be a prostitute, could set up a brothel with underage......
  • Sunday shows: Jarrett, Axelrod, Limbaugh, Boehner

     
    Also, Gov. Haley Barbour, John Kerry, Joe Lieberman, David Plouffe, Matthew Hoh and Tim Geithner....
  • Citing thousands of hate crimes against gays, Obama signs, celebrates new law

     
    Full text of president's remarks on hate crimes and celebrating our differences....
  • Frank says financial industry should pay now for future bailouts

     
    Rep. Barney Frank, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, told reporters today that he would make significant changes to a proposed government fund to help pay for any large financial firms that would be seized and dismantled to prevent......
  • Mortgage relief plan advances

    Senate Democratic and Republican leaders reached agreement Wednesday on a multibillion-dollar package to address rampant foreclosures and other problems stemming from what may be the worst housing slump since the Great Depression. The compromise measure,...
  • BoA's Ken Lewis: More pain and time

    Bank of America Chief Executive Ken Lewis stopped by The Times this week to discuss with editors and reporters his company's approach to the housing crisis and its takeover of troubled mortgage lender Countrywide Financial Corp. Here are some highlights....
  • Senate OKs help for borrowers

    The U.S. Senate on Friday overwhelmingly approved a bill aimed at making affordable, federally insured loans available to hundreds of thousands of borrowers who are in danger of losing their homes to foreclosure. By a vote of 93 to 1, lawmakers passed...
  • Fed looks to rein in lenders

    The Federal Reserve on Tuesday proposed new mortgage lending rules to protect consumers against fraud and deception, but consumer advocates said lenders would still have the ability to make the kinds of bad loans that triggered the sub-prime lending...