ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposal to allow financial services providers and trade groups to apply for advisory opinions would help bring more certainty to the regulatory process, credit union trade groups said last week.A coalition of consumer groups warned that the proposal would circumvent the regulatory process that is designed to protect consumers.In announcing the proposal in June, the CFPB said that the proposal, if adopted, would focus primarily on clarifying agency rules. “Under the program, parties will be able to request interpretive guidance, in the form of an [advisory opinion] to resolve such regulatory uncertainty,” the agency said.The proposal also would allow trade groups or outside counsel to submit a request on behalf of a group of clients or members without those entities being named.
Richmond, IN—Two Indiana Conservation Officers rescued an 11-year-old girl from drowning Friday, after she fell into the Whitewater River in Richmond, below the Weir Dam. The rescue was a result of the officers being in the right place, at the right time while patrolling the river.At approximately 5:30 p.m., Indiana Conservation Officers Rhett Braun and Cole Hollingsworth were on foot, checking fishing licenses, when they heard someone yelling for help. They observed a young girl in the river, struggling to remain on the surface. Both officers entered the water, swam to the girl, and brought her back to shore.The girl was checked out by EMTs with the Richmond Fire Department and found to be uninjured.It was determined that the girl, who did not know how to swim, had fallen into the river while walking the bank below the low-head dam with family members. The river in this area was 8 to 9 feet deep, with a strong current at the time of the incident.Indiana Conservation Officers remind the public to use caution while recreating near the water and recognize the dangers of low-head dams. It is also a good practice to have children and non-swimmers wear personal flotation devices while on or near the water.
10 months ago Lewis Hamilton: F1 champ’s salary revealed by his former teammate LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US 9 months ago F1: Paul Ripke quits as Mercedes team photographer after fallout with Lewis Hamilton Written By WE RECOMMEND A relaxed newly-crowned six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton topped the times for Mercedes in Saturday morning’s third and final free practice ahead of this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix. The Briton, revelling in an opportunity to drive without the pressure of fighting for the championship, clocked a best lap in one minute and 8.320 seconds to outpace nearest rival Red Bull’s Max Verstappen by 0.026 seconds. Charles Leclerc was third ahead of his Ferrari team-mate four-time champion Sebastian Vettel, who on Sunday is set to start his 100th race for the team, and Alex Albon in the second Red Bull.READ | Sarita Devi To Represent India At AIBA’s Athlete CommissionValtteri Bottas was sixth in the second Mercedes ahead of Daniil Kvyat of Toro Rosso, Alfa Romeo’s Antonio Giovinazzi and the two McLarens of Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz. After the heavy rain that wiped out Friday morning’s action, the final session began in welcome dry conditions with Robert Kubica out early to enjoy some track time in his penultimate weekend with the Williams team. He topped the early times on his own before Sainz set the pace for McLaren followed in turn by Daniel Ricciardo, Nico Hulkenberg, Leclerc and Vettel. READ | UFC: Megan Anderson Stuns Fans With Her Physique In Sizzling Instagram PostHamilton then took over as Mercedes joined the party, the champion’s lap showing him out-performing the Ferraris comprehensively through the twisty middle sector. In a closely-contested scrap, Verstappen put Red Bull on top after 25 minutes in 1:09.327, a full two seconds off Hamilton’s record pole lap in 2018, but three-tenths ahead of the Englishman as the track temperature climbed to 36 degrees Celsius (96.8 Fahrenheit). Ferrari flexed their considerable straight-line muscle again with 20 minutes remaining, Leclerc topping Vettel, before Hamilton soared again to lap in 1:08.320, three-tenths beyond the Monegasque.READ | Lewis Hamilton To Have Contract Renewal Talks With Mercedes Amidst Ferrari RumoursREAD | Hamilton Unsure He Can Catch Ferrari, Bottas More Confident Press Trust Of India FOLLOW US COMMENT WATCH US LIVE 9 months ago Hamilton unsure he can catch Ferrari, Bottas more confident 9 months ago Hamilton racing the record book for motivation after title celebrations Last Updated: 17th November, 2019 09:21 IST Relaxed Hamilton On Top In Final Brazil Practice 6-time World Champ Lewis Hamilton topped the times for Mercedes in Saturday morning’s third and final free practice ahead of this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix First Published: 17th November, 2019 09:21 IST 10 months ago Lewis Hamilton: A look at Mercedes driver’s F1 World C’ship titles