Some of America's top banks paid more than $36 billion to settle charges of selling worthless mortgage securities to investors. Bill Hemmer explained on "America's Newsroom" that the Justice Department was supposed to give that money to groups who help struggling homeowners, but some House GOP members don't think that's where the money went.
JPMorgan Chase is limiting the debit transactions of customers who used their cards at Target during a recent security breach.
The Justice Department reached a $13 billion settlement with JPMorgan Chase after accusing the Wall Street giant of misleading its investors prior to the 2008 financial crisis. In a special Kelly File investigation, Trace Gallagher took a look at who may be getting paid in this settlement, aside from just former JPMorgan investors.