The independence of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's director is underchallenge in the D.C. Circuit. And the agency's arbitration rule is under siege from corporate America and in Congress. Meanwhile, the agency -- because of its independence -- keeps very busy doing the work Congress assigned to it. To see what the CFPB is up to, review its regulatory agenda posted by the Office of Management and Budget or, better yet, read the agency's comprehensive and well-written description of its agenda posted just yesterday.