Politics & Government

June 11, 2013 12:00 AM

Banks profiting from overdraft coverage plans, federal agency says

Overdraft protection often is a better deal for banks than for consumers, a new study by a federal watchdog agency reveals.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Moore not yet conceding in Alabama Senate race 0:45

Moore not yet conceding in Alabama Senate race

Mexican man whose killing of woman on San Francisco pier launched national immigration debate found not guilty 2:42

Mexican man whose killing of woman on San Francisco pier launched national immigration debate found not guilty

Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital 2:00

Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Trump dismantles Bears Ears National Monument 1:15

Trump dismantles Bears Ears National Monument

Democrats face hurdles in quest to reclaim the House and Senate 1:55

Democrats face hurdles in quest to reclaim the House and Senate

Gov. Jerry Brown wanted single-payer health care in 1992 1:35

Gov. Jerry Brown wanted single-payer health care in 1992

Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore rides horse to cast ballot 2:10

Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore rides horse to cast ballot

Audio ties Russia to the missile that downed the passenger jet over Ukraine 2:20

Audio ties Russia to the missile that downed the passenger jet over Ukraine

Amid Mueller investigation, White House statements on Comey intensify 3:27

Amid Mueller investigation, White House statements on Comey intensify

  • Jones wins Alabama Senate race, issues challenge to future colleagues

    Democrat Doug Jones won election for the U.S. Senate from Alabama, defeating Republican Roy Moore on Tuesday. Jones is an attorney and former prosecutor.