New York officials now acknowledge that Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s housing agency is involved in a law enforcement investigation.
Under Hillary Clinton, the State Department approved $165 billion worth of commercial arms sales to 20 nations whose governments had given millions to the Clinton Foundation.
Some of the business entities that were paying Bill Clinton personal money and lobbying Hillary Clinton’s State Department received lucrative contracts from the department.
A U.S. attorney said no Christie-appointed lawyer was involved in the probe, just after the FBI thanked a Christie-appointed official for work on it.
The prosecutor investigating the Bridgegate scandal faces questions about his staff's deep ties to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
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.
Amid a probe of New Jersey pension fees, documents show that millions more went to the firm of the governor's chief fundraiser.
Justice Department officials say the first African-American president isn't using his financial muscle to protect jailed minority youths.
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.
Gov. Chris Christie's administration paid fees to his wife's investment firm after New Jersey's investment in the firm was terminated.
While serving on a municipal retirement board, San Francisco's former first lady invested in a firm that manages the city's pension money.
Once Rahm Emanuel became mayor, a Chicago pension fund began paying more to a firm whose execs donated to his campaign.
Amid questions about campaign donations, unnamed financial firms manage pension cash for Illinois.
The U.S. Commerce Department's top lawyer donated to Chicago's mayor while his financial firm was managing Chicago pension money.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel accepted more than $600,000 from firms managing city pension money, despite the SEC's pay-to-play rule.
Despite state and federal "pay-to-play" rules, the Illinois governor-elect accepted campaign cash from firms managing his state's pension money.
Christie's Republican Governors Association was boosted by donations from firms doing business with his administration.
The Wisconsin governor's office based a minimum wage ruling primarily on a study from the restaurant industry, documents say.
Days after Credit Suisse directed North Carolina pension funds to Erskine Bowles' firm, the firm paid Credit Suisse $775,000.
Weeks before the election, Christie won't release the findings of New Jersey's investigation of Mass. gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker.