After Citizens United Got Halfway There, This Lawsuit Aims To Finish The Job
The return of soft money? A federal lawsuit aims to undo regulations on political party fundraising.
Why Elizabeth Warren Is Fighting Florida's Payday Lending Model; Lenders Collect Billions From The Poor
A new report finds Florida lenders have collected $2.5 billion in fees since 2005.
As New York Gov. Cuomo’s Energy Policy Went Greener, Natural Gas Industry Spent More On Lobbying
The New York governor’s move toward environmentalism seems to have prompted the natural gas industry to spend more on lobbying.
Ted Cruz Gets Valuable Endorsements As Last-Ditch Effort To Thwart Donald Trump Begins
Jeb Bush and the Club for Growth PAC both endorsed Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday in a last-ditch effort to block the front-runner.
Trump Could Help Turn 2016 Into The Year Of The Latino Voter In Arizona
Donald Trump’s candidacy could energize a group that has grown by 70 percent in the state between 2000 and 2014.
Trump Foundation Says 2013 Donation To Florida Political Group Was A Mistake
The admission comes one day after a D.C. ethics group called on the IRS to investigate.
Ethics Group Files IRS Complaint Against Donald Trump’s Charitable Foundation
The charity may have improperly contributed $25,000 to a political group backing Florida's attorney general — after she said she was considering legal action against Trump University.
Bernie Sanders Is No Donald Trump When It Comes To Free Media: Sanders Gets Least Bang For His Buck
Bernie Sanders gets $2.50 in free media for each dollar his campaign spends. Donald Trump gets $58.
Elizabeth Warren Backs Payday Loan Regulation; Democratic Leader Touts Permissive ‘Florida Model’
DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz is pushing the permissive “Florida model,” but Sen. Elizabeth Warren backs better regulation of the industry.
Saudi Arabia Gets Its Own DC Public Affairs Firm
Saudi Arabia is getting its own nonprofit Washington press shop at a moment when U.S.-Saudi relations are strained.
How Citizens United Made It Easier For Bosses To Control Their Workers’ Votes
Citizens United made it easier than ever for managers to politically pressure employees.
A Brokered GOP Convention Could Mean A Second Chance For Koch Brothers, Other Frustrated Donors
Donors and outside groups could help pick the Republican nominee after all.
Despite Clinton’s Lead, Is Bernie Sanders’ Campaign Too Rich To Quit?
The delegate numbers are against the Democrat. But he’s outraising Hillary Clinton and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Pro-Kasich Super PAC Staked All On The Ohio Primary
All in! The Ohio governor's Super PAC, New Day for America, spent more than $1 million ahead of Tuesday's vote.
Hundreds Of Donald Trump’s Employees Have Sued For Alleged Labor Infractions
Legal cases filed against the Trump Organization indicate "a pattern of disregard for what labor law requires," one legal scholar says.
Donald Trump And Republican Mega-Donors Get Flirty: Will Billionaires Back One Of Their Own For 2016?
The GOP front-runner, who's bragged about being self-funded, seems to be warming to some fellow billionaires.
Democratic Leader Debbie Wasserman Schultz Slammed For Payday Loan Industry Connections
Democratic leader Debbie Wasserman Schultz wants to delay regulation of an industry that rakes in a quarter-billion dollars a year in her home state, Florida.
Ted Cruz Misses Deadline To Explain 2012 Wall Street Loans
Ted Cruz didn’t report loans from Citibank and Goldman Sachs in his campaign disclosure forms.
Sanders’ Michigan Victory Not Explained By Anger At Clinton Trade Deals
Trade-induced job losses didn’t correlate with bigger margins of victory for Bernie Sanders.