The top scientific integrity official at a federal agency that informs U.S. energy policy quietly departed this month, and the agency says that has nothing to do with a government report released around the same time that detailed widespread scientific misconduct at an agency lab.
A Republican-aligned political group is asking federal authorities to investigate what it suspects is a series of illegal campaign contributions to Democratic House and Senate candidates in Florida.
A Swiss billionaire and seven-figure Clinton Foundation donor is pouring millions of dollars into a nonprofit voter registration and turnout operation and appears to have shared information about the project with the Democratic Party, a leaked document reveals.
The Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Nevada has repeatedly misled voters about her personal history, a review of publicly available information shows.
The attorney general of Massachusetts subpoenaed oil giant ExxonMobil in April as part of an ongoing legal and political offensive by Democratic state officials that the company says amounts to the prosecution of political dissent, court filings reveal.
Nevada Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle directed her supporters to an animated pornography site in a recent campaign mailer.
Billionaire Democrat George Soros is investing in gold amid rising concern over the state of the global economy, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
Vulnerabilities in a federal cell phone subsidy program could be exposing taxpayers to hundreds of millions of dollars in fraud, a leading regulator revealed on Wednesday.
Federal environmental officials scrubbed their website of a report supporting the safety of a common pesticide while a California congressman attempted to arrange an agency meeting with scientists and activists who have spread conspiracy theories about pesticides, vaccines, and breast milk.
Venezuela’s state-owned oil company has spent millions since 2014 lobbying against U.S. sanctions, an effort that produced at least one notable win when a Democratic senator quietly insulated the company’s U.S. arm from those sanctions, public records show.