WASHINGTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren turned up the heat Thursday at a Senate Banking Committee hearing on the implementation of Dodd-Frank, demanding to know why regulators are not tougher in pursuing banks in court.

The hearing was a chance for several members to question seven top regulators on a range of financial services issues, including the Volcker Rule, qualified residential mortgages, and Basel III.

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