During the Arab Spring, Hillary Clinton's State Department boosted arms sales of chemical and biological agents to Mideast regimes that donated to the Clinton Foundation.
New York officials now acknowledge that Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s housing agency is involved in a law enforcement investigation.
But the former House speaker, now indicted, was accused of helping cover up an underage sex scandal in the Capitol.
The Ocean State's pensioners can expect more transparency on how their retirement money is being invested, but is that money safer?
While the New York governor and his cancer-stricken partner, Sandra Lee, publicly tout cancer prevention, health advocates say he has repeatedly tried to cut funding for cancer screening.
Pension fund managers picked better investments than the "placement agents" hawking politically connected opportunities.
More state business flows to Governor Cuomo's donors, even as a top Washington legal expert says the deals appear to flout the law.
Deals flowed to the New York governor's campaign contributors despite federal rules barring donors from receiving bond work.
Colombia's former U.S. ambassador, Gabriel Silva, defended Hillary Clinton's State Department. He also benefited from her department's policy.
Former President Bill Clinton accepted $2.5 million from 13 major companies that lobbied the U.S. State Department during Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.
A Canadian mining mogul claims the millions he donated to the Clinton Foundation were not an attempt to woo Hillary Clinton's support for a Colombian free trade agreement.
Despite skyrocketing fees, New York City officials want to bet retirees' pension savings on high-risk, high-fee investments.
A bill to let President Barack Obama negotiate international pacts with less input from Congress faces scrutiny in D.C.
The presidential candidate now says she is reserving judgment on the Pacific trade pact she once described as "the gold standard."
An analysis suggests as much as half of pension fees paid to private equity firms aren't being disclosed.
Despite helping China develop surveillance capabilities, the tech giant won a State Department award -- after donating to a foundation run by the former secretary of state.
Top fundraisers for George W. Bush's presidential campaigns received $1.7 billion in business from the state of Florida while Jeb Bush was in charge.
Hillary Clinton, then secretary of state, lauded Colombia's human rights record as oil company cash flowed to her family foundation.
Chicago's purportedly independent elections chief accepted city lobbying contracts from Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration.
As the Chicago mayor nears Tuesday's re-election vote, his administration has blocked the release of emails to his top donor.