As it rejects a climate debate, the DNC is taking big contributions from individuals who own and run companies that profit from the burning of oil, gas, and coal.
Congressional Black Caucus Institute Takes CoreCivic Cash, Boosts Policies That Help Private PrisonsBy Alex Kotch Private Prisons Primary category in which blog post is published
The $50,000 donation is one of many ways individuals tied to the health care industry are supporting the anti-Medicare for All candidate.
Over 75 percent of top officials at the Commission over the last two decades have either come from corporate interests confronting FTC issues, mainly in the tech industry, or left to take such corporate jobs.Opinion
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Companies and other entities that make money from Immigration and Customs Enforcement contracts are flush in 2019, thanks to President Trump's harsh immigration operation.
Does President Trump really have the benefit of a strong economy heading into the 2020 election year?Opinion
Sludge's reporting on CBP contractors inspired employee protests at the ad agency Ogilvy, prompting follow-up reports in NPR, the Wall Street Journal, BuzzFeed News, AdWeek, and many local outlets.
The right-wing billionaire has teamed up with unlikely ally George Soros on “military restraint,” but Koch Industries subsidiaries make millions by supplying the Navy with circuitry.
So far this year, six major bank have made broad public commitments to no longer provide new financing to the private prison industry after current financial agreements expire.
The House Financial Services Committee is set to hold a hearing on the largest bank merger in a decade.Opinion
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