Tuesday Primary Election 2016: Marco Rubio Spent Big In Florida But Came Up Short; Sanders Outspent Clinton
Marco Rubio and his allies spent $8.4 million in Florida but lost to Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders also had an expensive week with not much to show for it.
Bills in several states would end a lucrative tax benefit for financial execs. But the efforts could be blocked by big-money interests -- and governors like Bruce Rauner of Illinois.
Election 2016: Ohio State’s Urban Meyer Endorses John Kasich After Kasich-Controlled Board Gave Him Big Contract
Urban Meyer announced support for John Kasich’s White House bid — after Kasich appointees boosted his pay to $6.5 million a year.
Election 2016: Hillary Clinton Says Her Vote For Wall Street Bailout Shows Her Support For Auto Workers
The Democratic candidate has depicted her vote to help the financial industry as proof she supported auto workers.
Following a U.N. sanctions vote, the country has threatened nuclear strikes against the U.S. and South Korea.
Hillary Clinton Said Outsourcing ‘Benefited’ America After She Criticized Bush Officials For Saying The Same Thing
She led Democrats’ criticism of a Bush aide who promoted moving jobs overseas — then she touted it herself.
The presidential campaigns spent only $1.6 million on TV ads in Super Saturday states, with expensive primaries looming.
But Trump also contributed to Republican candidates, including George W. Bush and John McCain.
Hillary Clinton, Before Spotlighting Crisis In Flint, Michigan, Voted Against Measure To Prevent Groundwater Pollution
As a senator, Hillary Clinton voted against banning a chemical linked to a nationwide water pollution crisis.
The Massachusetts Democrat cites three studies showing how corporate interests dominate the regulatory process.
As Donald Trump gains momentum after seven wins, the mogul’s opponents hope there’s a bombshell in his unreleased tax returns.
The Clinton campaign is ready to take advantage of the DNC's decision to end its ban on contributions from federal lobbyists.
The New Jersey governor, a former U.S. attorney, could have helped expose Trump’s record in the state. Now he’s positioned to help keep it under wraps.
Despite Walmart Ties, Support For Free Trade, Hillary Clinton Touts Commitment To Manufacturing Jobs
The Democratic candidate is touting her jobs record, despite her ties to a company and trade policies blamed for offshoring.
Under pressure to release transcripts of her speeches to Wall Street firms, Clinton says she will — if rivals will.
Major donors who supported the two governors, now out of the race, are top fundraising prospects for other Republican candidates.
A letter questioning the candidate's economic proposal was signed by a Morgan Stanley director and “hedge funds’ secret weapon.”
The Vermont senator has returned corporate PAC donations but accepted PAC funds from business groups with interests before Congress.
During Saturday’s faceoff in South Carolina, Jeb Bush defended his plan to raise the capital gains tax, while Ben Carson said regulators do too much.
A GOP pledge to block President Obama from nominating a successor to Justice Scalia could have a huge impact on 2016 and beyond.
U.S. Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush, as well as presidential candidates, offered their condolences Saturday.
Bernie Sanders wants his Democratic rival to join him in backing an Obama campaign finance policy, but so far Clinton has been mum.
The latest State Department disclosures, some appearing to contain classified information, arrived shortly before Nevada's caucus and South Carolina's primary.
The Democrat said “we don’t coordinate with” a super PAC for which she has reportedly raised money.
The senator’s political action committee gave money to moderates who now back Hillary Clinton.
The endorsement decision was made without input from the membership of the Congressional Black Caucus, a prominent lawmaker says.
The Democrat's campaign is set to hold fundraisers with corporate officials whose industries will be affected by the next president's policies.
New Hampshire 2016: Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders Get Bang For Their Buck In New Hampshire; Jeb Bush Votes Are Priciest
The Republican's $1,150 per vote far exceeded the total of any other candidate in the New Hampshire primary.
Regulators told the GOP presidential candidate to provide more details about his undisclosed loans from big banks.
Hillary Clinton Alleged Barack Obama Sold Access To Big Donors; Now Criticizes Campaign Finance Attacks
Clinton, who now criticizes campaign finance attacks, alleged in 2008 that Barack Obama traded policy for cash.