The Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin agreed on a new contract to sell Patriot missiles to foreign countries.
The race to represent Wisconsin's first congressional district is being funded almost entirely by voters and entities outside of Wisconsin.
Only a handful of Republican politicians who received donations from casino boss Wynn, recently exposed for alleged sexual misconduct, have announced they will donate that money to charity.
A new poll shows the Texas senator’s Democratic challenger pulling within single digits. Is it because he doesn’t take PAC money, and Cruz does?
The Federal Communications Commission is reviewing rules on how a specific slice of radio frequency spectrum is licensed. The proposed changes could jeopardize efforts to close the rural broadband gap.
The company that manufactures tasers changed its name in an effort to expand its body-camera business and avoid the risks associated with the weapons business.
The FBI has started a new probe into alleged pay-to-play activities involving the Clinton Foundation. Here's a summary of the key reporting on the potential conflicts of interest.
A new study of millennials finds that losing your job isn't as detrimental to your long-term financial well-being if you live in the same neighborhood as your parents.
Experts argue President Trump could have closed the loophole the same way he has slashed regulations and restricted immigration: through an executive order. But the tax bill he just signed may make it harder to do so in the future.
After putting three goals past Burnley over the weekend, Kane now has a chance to break legendary forward Alan Shearer's record of 36 goals scored in a single calendar year.
The virtually unheard-of cryptocurrency's price shot up over 650 percent in the past week. Its most dramatic rise came in the last 24 hours as John McAfee tweeted about the coin.
Reports of special provisions in the tax bill, which could enrich the lawmakers who voted on it, prompted questions about whether the practice is legal. Here's what the rules say.
Sen. John Cornyn’s pipeline provision benefits Sen. Ted Cruz and other Republicans. He inserted it into the tax bill as his former chief of staff lobbied on the issue.
Orrin Hatch argued that the tax break was already in the House version of the tax bill. Experts disagree.
On the eve of the FCC’s vote, some prominent GOP lawmakers are now demanding the net neutrality rules be preserved.
Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates both received multi-billion dollar arms deals this year, furthering the Saudi-led war in Yemen. An IBT review of federal documents finds that those countries' lobbyists gave heavily to the campaigns of politicians charged with overseeing arms sales to foreign governments.
GOP’s middle-of-the-night tax break for oil and gas investors would benefit some of the Republican Party’s wealthiest legislators
Stealth foreign influence? There’s nothing stealthy about it: It’s a big, open, bipartisan business, according to an IBT/MapLight investigation.
Local governments and consumer protection groups wrote to the FCC Monday morning, asking the commission to delay its scheduled Dec. 14 vote on chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to repeal the Obama-era “common carrier” rules.
Documents reviewed by IBT show Bermuda and the Cayman Islands trying to prevent a crackdown on offshore tax maneuvers.