A number of corporations provided seed money to the conservative Americans for Prosperity, a secret IRS form published Tuesday reveals.
The insurance giant's CEO says outrage at Wall Street bonuses is "just as wrong" as lynching blacks.
A case before the U.S. Supreme Court next month has the potential to upend campaign finance law as we know it.
The U.S. senator from Texas aided allies in raising money via campaign to defund Obamacare, but threw fellow Republicans under the bus to do it.
As summer comes to a close, August fundraising numbers are beginning to trickle in from Democrats and Republicans.
Once again, the U.S. Congress turns to the task of reforming the surveillance state.
The Campaign to Fix the Debt wants D.C. to use the budget talks for tax/entitlement reform and to cut spending, not fight over Obamacare.
On Wednesday, President Obama asked executives at the Business Roundtable to defeat Republicans' debt ceiling strategy.
A new super PAC wants to "change the face of American politics" by electing non-believers to public office.
A FISA court ruling last week was a victory for transparency advocates - but the opinion could spell trouble for ordinary Americans in future cases.
While more than $6 billion was spent on 2012 federal elections, researchers are only beginning to uncover the money spent at the state level.
Calling for a renewed focus on the economic recovery, President Obama launched a new assault on Republicans Monday.
The tea party-related Kentucky businessman challenging Sen. Mitch McConnell says anger at finance is misplaced.
Democrats deployed an army of campaign trackers to capture everything GOP candidates did on camera in 2012. Now Republicans are playing catch-up.
The secret court overseeing U.S. spying programs ordered the White House on Friday to release more classified opinions.
Democrats will cave during a shutdown showdown over Obamacare, says the Kentucky tea partier who wants to take down the top Senate Republican.
A previously little-known group with ties to the billionare Koch brothers gave $236 million to conservative groups in 2012.
The 2014 midterm elections haven't even begun in earnest yet, but Democratic super PACs have already spent millions.
The NSA violated court orders to share Americans' information with other agencies -- and the reason remains classified.
President Obama took his case for a strike against Syria to the American people Tuesday night, but left the door open to a diplomatic solution.