The report exposed vulnerabilities in our campaign finance system that extend far beyond Russia.
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Ten of the Financial Services Committee members who will question the CEOs of the largest banks in the U.S. are personally invested in those banks and positioned to benefit from the companies’ growth.
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Vape company Juul adds former Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley to its government affairs team as current Massachusetts Attorney General, Maura Healey, goes after the company for targeting teens.
A new documentary on Steve Bannon reveals that the Arizona congressman dined with European far-right nationalists in London last year.
A number of lobbyists representing major health insurers and oil and gas giants are bundling big checks for the DCCC.
Sludge is tracking the 2020 presidential candidates’ money-in-politics promises.
Swearing off corporate PAC money is "mostly symbolic," says one campaign finance expert.
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The family that owns OxyContin producer Purdue Pharma donated to anti-Muslim hate groups and other organizations headed by well-known anti-Muslim figures.
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