With Congress adjourning on Wednesday, the U.S. Export-Import Bank will remain shuttered until at least September, ending for the time being an intense fight over the controversial export finance agency.
Russ Feingold is telling Wisconsin Democrats to downplay his political career as the former senator eyes a return to Congress.
The Justice Department indicted Rep. Chaka Fattah (D., Pa.) for his alleged role in a vast criminal conspiracy that includes charges of fraud, bribery, and money laundering.
Billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer said on Tuesday that he’s not particularly concerned about Hillary Clinton’s stance on the Keystone XL pipeline, the project that served as a litmus test for his extensive financial support during the midterm elections.
Hillary Clinton’s plan to dramatically boost U.S. solar power production and installation could benefit a number of companies that have paid or donated to various arms of the former secretary of state’s expansive political network.
A Pennsylvania Democrat’s expected U.S. Senate run could renew scrutiny of her role in crafting green energy and environmental policies while she helped run, and was paid by, companies that received billions in taxpayer dollars.
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Wednesday that his administration will drop its attempt to punish ridesharing service Uber for being too popular.
Social Security’s disability trust fund will run out of money next year, administrators said on Wednesday, forcing steep benefit cuts for the entitlement’s beneficiaries unless Congress acts to shore up the program.
Supermodel Kate Upton came out swinging against New York City mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday, criticizing the Sandinista sympathizer for cracking down on popular ridesharing service Uber in the city.
Cleantech companies are financing a new nonprofit run by green energy lobbyists that operates under a portion of the tax code reserved for “social welfare” organizations but appears geared toward driving government contracts to its donors.