Federal agencies recently published their agendas of regulatory matters on which they expect to work from May 2013 through May 2014. (The July 3 publication is actually a delayed "spring" regulatory agenda.)
The agenda of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is available here. It lists 8 regulations that the agency expects to finalize during the year, 5 that expects to propose, and 4 on which it is beginning work. The latter category includes regulations to address home mortgage disclosure, payday loans, and debt collection.
The Federal Trade Commission's regulatory agenda is available here. It includes 1 rule that the FTC expects to finalize, 9 that it expects to propose, and 10 on which it is beginning work. The latter category includes regulations to address standards for safeguarding consumer information, fair packaging and labeling regulations, retail food store advertising, and the holder-in-due-course rule.