The OTS released a Q2 report for the banks (thrifts) that it supervises which is a subset of what the FDIC reports on. The FDIC should be soon releasing its Q2 report of the banking industry. Here's an excerpt from the OTS press release:
The number of problem thrifts – with composite examination ratings of 4 or 5 – increased to 54 thrifts at the end of the second quarter, from 50 thrifts at the end of the previous quarter and from 40 thrifts a year earlier.
At the end of the second quarter, the OTS supervised 753 thrift institutions with assets of $931.2 billion, as well as 441 holding company enterprises with approximately $4.1 trillion in U.S. domiciled consolidated assets. At the end of the previous quarter, the OTS supervised 757 thrift institutions with assets of $949.8 billion.