A lobbyist with ties to Hillary Clinton’s campaign and family foundation this week filed a years-late disclosure of communications with Clinton’s top aide after the message became public through the latest release of Clinton’s emails.
Supporters of a controversial Environmental Protection Agency regulation commissioned Democratic pollsters to plot ways to attack the motives and credibility of the regulation’s critics, documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon reveal.
A nonprofit news organization filed a lawsuit against the Federal Election Commission this week in an attempt to obtain an internal report detailing how Chinese hackers gained access to its computer systems.
House Democrats are expected to oppose legislation this week that would remove regulatory burdens for energy production on Native American land that tribes say have cost them tens of millions of dollars.
Virginia Democratic leaders worked to undermine the state senate candidacy of a U.S. Marine because he is a Muslim, the Iraq combat veteran said in a Washington Post column over the weekend.
A congressman is asking a taxpayer-funded environmental group to preserve records related to its president’s campaign to bring federal racketeering charges against climate change skeptics.
Rep. Lamar Smith (R., Texas), chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, revealed the committee will be investigating calls from George Mason University meteorologist Jagadish Shukla and nineteen other scientists to bring civil racketeering charges against companies and organizations that pay for scientific research that questions catastrophic human-induced climate change.
Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley is taking aim at rival Hillary Clinton’s legally suspect coordination with a group supporting her candidacy, reviving criticism of an arrangement that experts say pushes the boundaries of campaign finance law.
A federal judge Wednesday blocked the Obama administration from implementing new regulations on hydraulic fracturing, saying that the administration does not appear to have the statutory authority to do so.
A General Electric employee pressed a Wisconsin legislator to falsely blame the closing of a facility there on the expiration of federal subsidies, the legislator said this week.