Money In Politics: Did Donald Trump Break Campaign Finance Rules? Group Files Complaint Over Allegations Of Fundraising Abroad
The presumptive GOP nominee’s campaign allegedly solicited donations from foreign nationals, in violation of federal law.
Even as Trump ramps up his fundraising, he keeps saying things that seem calculated to alienate Republican contributors.
Money And Politics Races To Watch: Koch Brothers Invest In The 2016 Nevada Senate Campaign To Replace Harry Reid
A Koch-linked super PAC is spending more than $1 million on Republican Rep. Joe Heck’s bid to succeed Democrat Harry Reid in the U.S. Senate.
The use of mysteriously sourced money in several states has increased far more quickly than in national elections.
Here is the weekly Political Capital newsletter on the top stories about the intersection of money and politics — plus a musical outro.
Who Donates the Most Money to Politicians? Biggest Contributors Tend to be Whiter and More Conservative, Study Finds
Donors to the District of Columbia's 2014 local elections tended to be whiter and more right-wing than the city itself.
Is he really that rich? And seven other questions raised by the Republican’s latest FEC filing.
Campaign staff members have been promising donors a different Donald Trump, but with his renewed call for a Muslim ban, he hasn’t emerged yet.
Money In Politics: Bernie Sanders’ $200 Million Campaign Boosted Left-Wing Consultants Who Helped Barack Obama, Howard Dean
Bernie Sanders’ $200 million campaign was a boon for the left-wing consultants who have been honing their digital fundraising and organizing tools for a decade.
Money And Politics: How The Koch Brothers And Other Billionaires Are Influencing 2016 Senate, House Races
Billionaire donors, unwilling to support Donald Trump, pour money into Senate, House and judicial races instead.
The Republican presidential candidate could fall as much as $500 million short of his fundraising goal.
Bernie Sanders bypassed Democratic Party gatekeepers to raise $200 million. But it won’t be easy for future candidates to replicate his success.
Bernie Sanders has outspent Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton by about $25 million. Where did the money go?
The beneficiaries are fighting an investigation into whether the oil giant lied to the public about climate change.
Bad news for potential candidate David French: For conservative donors, it may be Trump or nothing.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee seemed to contradict himself in trying to explain his charitable donations — or lack of them.
The new Take On Wall Street coalition backs key elements of Bernie Sanders’ campaign platform.
An amendment — part of a concerted effort to roll back Obama’s economic initiatives — would exempt defense contractors from a crackdown on labor law violations.
Organizers with the SEIU-backed campaign to raise the minimum wage and allow fast-food workers to unionize are demanding recognition from the SEIU for themselves.
Studies show that people are more likely to support Donald Trump after being reminded of the inevitability of their mortality. Seriously.
An Obama administration effort to boost workers' compensation is dismissed as "pure politics" by the National Retail Federation.
Election 2016: As Hillary Clinton Looks To November And Donald Trump, Rift Widens Among Her Labor Allies
The AFL-CIO is seeing internal threats to its anti-Trump strategy that could undermine the Democratic Party’s get-out-the-vote effort.
Many of those backing Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders are chafing under rules that give party bosses control over the nomination process.
Donald Trump made it through primary season largely without support from his fellow 1-percenters, but he needs their money now.
Tuesday’s win in West Virginia’s primary may be one of the Vermont senator's final victories. He still trails Hillary Clinton in the delegate race.
Wall Street donors, alarmed by Donald Trump’s economic views, have begun to drift toward Hillary Clinton.
In less than two weeks, the latest Marvel film, starring Chris Evans, has already taken in $678 million globally.
Nearly 15,000 people protested tax hikes and pension cuts, which Greece will implement in exchange for another bailout.
The House speaker, who has been reluctant to endorse Donald Trump, faces a Republican primary challenge from Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen.
The GOP campaigns and super PACs that raised big money to oppose Trump have been left with millions in unspent funds.