(CNN) – Elizabeth Warren, the consumer advocate and Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, said Monday the constant dodging of effective regulation by Wall Street banks amounts to lobbying warfare.
Warren's comments came after she called on JPMorgan Chase boss Jamie Dimon to step down as a director of the New York Federal Reserve board after his firm announced a $2 billion loss since the start of April.
(CNN) – Republican Sen. Scott Brown, who's running to keep his seat representing Massachusetts, on Tuesday called for Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren to release confidential documents to show whether or not she claimed her Native American roots on job applications.
"The best way to satisfy these questions is for Elizabeth Warren to authorize the release of her law school applications and all personnel files from the various universities where she has taught," Brown said in a statement.
(CNN) – Elizabeth Warren, currently engaged in a heated U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts, said Wednesday she listed herself while teaching at Harvard law school as having Native American roots so she could meet others with similar backgrounds.
Warren made the comments while speaking to reporters, according to the website of the Boston Herald. It was first reported earlier this week that the former economic adviser to President Barack Obama listed herself as a minority in law school directories in the 1980s and 1990s.
(CNN) – President Barack Obama has made his way into the contentious Massachusetts Senate race with Democrat Elizabeth Warren highlighting her ties to the president and Republican Sen. Scott Brown using a recent White House bill signing to prove his bipartisan streak.
A speech the president delivered in support of Warren anchors a new Warren television ad, in which he praises her as "one of the country's fiercest advocates for the middle class."
(CNN) – Democratic Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren's campaign released the last four years of her tax returns Friday, reporting income that peaked at nearly $981,000 in 2009.
Warren, the former consumer protection advocate and Harvard professor, and her husband, Bruce Mann, reported earning $831,021 in 2008, $980,670 in 2009, $954,721 in 2010 and $616,181 in 2011.
(CNN) – Republican Sen. Scott Brown's income more than doubled when he entered the Senate due in large part to a book advance he received after winning the Massachusetts special election, according to tax returns released Friday by his campaign.
Brown reported earning more than $294,000 in 2009, before he entered the Senate and $840,000 in 2010, his first year in the upper chamber of Congress. In the most recent tax year Brown and his wife, television reporter Gail Huff, reported bringing in $510,856.
(CNN) – Battling to keep his seat Tuesday, Republican Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts called on his Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren to release six years of tax returns. And she responded announcing she would instead release four years' worth.
Brown's campaign manager Jim Barnett sent a letter to Warren's campaign, saying the senator will make public his returns from 2006 to 2011 and urged Warren to do the same.
(CNN) – Sen. Scott Brown's campaign cried "hypocrite" at Elizabeth Warren on Friday over her decision not to pay the optional higher tax rate on her state return.
Warren, the Democrat who's challenging Brown for his U.S. senate seat in Massachusetts, has been a stalwart advocate for the so-called Buffett Rule–a proposal advanced by the Obama administration that calls on people making more than $1 million a year to pay federal taxes amounting to at least 30% of their income.
(CNN) – Democratic Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren raised $6.9 million in the first quarter of 2012, more than doubling incumbent Republican Sen. Scott Brown's haul, according to her campaign.
Despite her fundraising advantage in the first three months of the year, Brown has $4 million more cash on hand heading into the 2012 election, at $15 million.
(CNN) – As he fights to keep his seat on Capitol Hill, Republican Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts brought in $3.4 million during the first three months of the year, his campaign announced Friday.
The amount marks a slight uptick in fundraising hauls over the previous quarter, in which he raised $3.2 million.