Articles By Donald Shaw
A new report shows that three-quarters of the money that individuals donated to pro-Democrat outside spending groups in 2018 came from finance founders and executives.
The bill now goes back to the legislature, but advocates worry the veto may spell its doom.
The firm, FTI Consulting, has produced astroturf campaigns for some of the world’s biggest polluters including Exxon, BP, and Halliburton.
American oil and gas pipelines continue to expand while the agency that’s supposed to oversee them sits idly by.
As a senator, Biden took thousands from Comcast employees and did not back bipartisan net neutrality legislation.
Harris, who has taken more than $1 million in campaign contributions from the entertainment industry, was a key player behind SESTA-FOSTA, a bill that internet freedom advocates say threatens the open internet.
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.
Federal election law prohibits these kinds of donations because of concerns over pay-to-play government contracting, but contractors are still making them—and the FEC is not actively working to stop them.
At least three of the Republicans calling out Omar for anti-Semitism donated to Rep. Hunter’s campaign after it ran ads falsely tying his Mexican-Palestinian American opponent to Islamic terrorism.