A top adviser to the U.S. Treasury who has drawn the wrath of left-wing Democrats for his ties to Wall Street bought and sold as much as $150 million in securities during his first year in that post, financial disclosures show.
A high-powered Democratic lobbying firm has admitted to the Department of Justice that it failed to file legally required disclosures of White House advocacy on behalf of a foreign government, new federal filings show.
Two green energy companies made six-figure donations to a North Dakota Native American tribe days after the tribe began protesting a controversial oil pipeline that passes near its reservation, a review of tribe documents shows.
Tom Steyer extended his losing streak on Tuesday, as Republicans prevailed in a majority of federal contests in which the billionaire Democrat’s political groups attempted to sway the outcomes.
Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto prevailed in her Senate bid late on Tuesday night, besting Republican Rep. Joe Heck in the contest for the Nevada Senate seat held by retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.
A senior faculty member at a public university in New Hampshire proposed using his position to “be helpful” to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, hacked emails show.
Hillary Clinton privately told a major Wall Street bank that her State Department was subject to cyber-attacks “every hour of every day,” and that those attacks targeted employees’ personal email accounts, hacked documents reveal.
Hacked emails contain documents revealing hundreds of donors to the Center for American Progress and Media Matters for America, liberal nonprofits that have resisted efforts to disclose their funders.
A veteran Democratic lobbyist failed to notify the Department of Justice of high-level influence work on behalf of a foreign government that involved the future chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, public records show.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign used a loophole in campaign finance law to acquire for free a valuable email list compiled by a group with which it couldn’t legally coordinate, hacked emails reveal.