Hillary Clinton privately told supporters this year that she would likely scrap a major upgrade to the United States’ nuclear weapons program, according to leaked audio of her remarks.
Hillary Clinton warned of the U.S. government’s vulnerability to cyber attacks at a private event a day before it was revealed that her unsecured private email server contained discussions of high-value intelligence sources, according to newly obtained audio of her remarks.
“We’re not as technically sophisticated in much of the government as the Department of Defense is, as the NSA is, as the CIA is. The rest of the government is not that sophisticated, so we’ve got to up our game across the board,” Clinton said.
A Democratic House candidate running on a campaign finance reform platform is employing advertising tactics that other campaigns have used to circumvent restrictions on outside political spending.
Billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer claimed on Tuesday that his network of political and policy groups has not pressed for government investigations into oil company ExxonMobil.
Family members of senior citizens at the center of a controversy surrounding the Nevada guardianship system say their pleas for help to then-attorney general Catherine Cortez Masto, now a U.S. Senate candidate, were ignored for political reasons.
A lobbyist tried to enlist a top Environmental Protection Agency official to help his environmental group raise money for advocacy campaigns supporting major EPA regulations, internal emails show.
A senior Environmental Protection Agency official privately complained about “dickheads” in the White House who resisted efforts to regulate an innovative oil and gas extraction technique, newly released documents show.
Florida Democrat Randy Perkins says his lucrative ability to pick the taxpayer purse in the wake of devastating natural disasters makes him a perfect fit for Congress.
A lobbying firm founded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman and run by one of her top fundraisers represents the business interests of a Serbian oligarch accused by U.S. and Serbian authorities of widespread corruption, public records show.
A free market nonprofit group filed a lawsuit against New York’s chief law enforcement officer on Wednesday accusing him of withholding documents from the public in violation of the state’s open records laws.