Ted Cruz, Before Dropping Out Of The Race, Received Major Free Media Surge
Through April and March, the Republican garnered free media coverage worth about $464 million. It wasn’t enough to keep him in the race.
The Republican Party Begins Lining Up Behind Donald Trump, With Exceptions
Donald Trump is the Republican Party’s nominee — whether GOP elites like it or not.
The Anti-Trump Alliance Between Cruz And Kasich Turns Out To Be A Big Nothing
Remember the pact between Ted Cruz and John Kasich? Indiana results suggest it might as well have never happened.
A Bernie Sanders Comeback In Indiana? Possible Upset Predicted By Economic Woes Like Those In Wisconsin And Michigan
Key economic indicators favor Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Hoosier State. A win there Tuesday could increase his clout at July's Democratic convention.
Bernie Sanders Campaign Spending Shows The Enduring Power Of The Political Consulting Industry
The Democrat’s message is “political revolution,” but his spending has gone the conventional route — to political consultants.
NAACP Lawsuit Against Alabama Governor Aims To Preserve Birmingham’s Minimum Wage Hike
Activists went to court Thursday after Gov. Robert Bentley enacted a law to block the state's cities from setting their own pay standards.
Barack Obama Readies For Final TPP Push, Which Could Benefit Presidential Library Donors
The president renews his push for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal that could be popular with hedge funds and industries that have given to his foundation.
Election 2016: Why Did Bernie Sanders Run? How The Sanders Revolution Changed As The Democratic Primaries Went On
The grand ambitions of Bernie Sanders' campaign have shrunk over the course of the race.
On Donald Trump, Charles Koch Breaks With Other Conservative Billionaires
Sheldon Adelson and Foster Friess can live with Donald Trump as the GOP nominee, but Charles Koch isn't so sure.
Bernie Sanders Trounces Hillary Clinton In Individual Fundraising Contributions, Again
The Democratic presidential hopeful received nearly twice as much in donations from individuals as the party front-runner, filings show.
What’s Next For The Bernie Sanders Revolution?
With his record-breaking fundraising operation, the Democrat can keep his movement going even if he loses the nomination fight.
Election 2016: Can Working Families Party Make The Difference For Bernie Sanders In New York?
The Working Families Party, which endorsed the Vermont senator, is strongest where he needs the most help.
What Ancient History Has To Say About Near-Future Doom
One historian sees familiar signs of a looming political crisis in the 2016 presidential election.
Bernie Sanders Phenomenon Reflects A Generational Shift On Israel And Palestine
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee isn’t budging on Israel, but young Jewish voters are.
Donald Trump's New Political Director Has Ties To Koch Network
Republican operative Rick Wiley once ran an organization situated squarely within the Koch Network.
Hillary Clinton Excuses Lack Of Wall Street Prosecutions, Doesn’t Note Scrutiny of Former Treasury Head Robert Rubin
Robert Rubin, Bill Clinton’s treasury secretary, got an apparent pass from the Justice Department after being recommended for investigation.
Paul Ryan Deprives Big Republican Donors Of A Standard-Bearer At The 2016 Convention
With Speaker Ryan refusing to run, the GOP donor class has no one left to rally around for 2016.
Donald Trump's Charity Didn't Give To Conservative Groups Until 2010; Citizens United Supporters And Anti-Vaxxers Got Donations
Republican front-runner Donald Trump didn’t give to conservative groups until 2010.
Which Bernie Sanders Colleagues Benefit From GE's 'Greed' And 'Selfishness'?
General Electric's CEO, recently feuding with Democrat Bernie Sanders, has contributed millions to candidates and PACs over the years.
Hillary Clinton Smashes Bernie Sanders In New York Fundraising
If money equaled votes, Clinton would beat Sanders in the state primary by 85 percent.
Bernie Sanders And Hillary Clinton Look At New York Primary History For Clues
The state’s 2014 Democratic gubernatorial primary may offer clues to how the April 19 Clinton-Sanders presidential showdown will play out.
Bernie Sanders Does Better Where Organized Labor Is Under Siege
Unions are under attack in Wisconsin, and that seems to have helped the U.S. senator win the state's Democratic primary Tuesday.
Oil Companies Donated To Clinton Foundation While Lobbying State Department
The State Department's 2009 approval of the Alberta Clipper pipeline benefited some donors to the Clinton Foundation.
As Female Soccer Players Demand Equal Pay, One Men's Team Requests Tax Breaks
As female soccer players demand equal pay, a men’s team wants a property tax exemption for its new stadium.
Following String Of Wins, Bernie Sanders Beats Own Fundraising Record
The Democrat raised $44 million for his presidential campaign in March, including $5 million on a single day, data show.
Koch Money Helps Finance Antonin Scalia Law School Dedication
The new school sits near the center of the billionaire donors’ political network.
Businesses Weigh In Against North Carolina’s Anti-LGBT Bathroom Law
More than 80 top executives, including Apple's Tim Cook, have called for the law’s repeal.
Big Money Efforts In Wisconsin Seem To Pay Off As Trump Falls In Polls
With the state's voters set to vote Tuesday, the GOP candidate is 10 points behind Ted Cruz, a poll shows. Donations to "Stop Trump" efforts may be a factor.
Boston Welcomes General Electric As Company Disputes EPA Cleanup Plan
General Electric is moving its headquarters to Massachusetts, where it has disputed a requirement to remove PCBs from the Housatonic River.
Why Labor Won $15 In California, And Why Their Plan Is Going National
A union-backed group is seeding minimum wage ballot initiatives across the country.