Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) illegally used official Senate resources for political purposes, according to an ethics complaint filed this week.
A public relations firm representing the government of Ecuador sued Sharon Stone in federal court on Tuesday alleging that the actress absconded with a large speaking fee for work promoting that government’s long-running legal and political battle against oil giant Chevron.
A Democratic data firm run by supporters of a Hillary Clinton presidential campaign may be illegally supporting and coordinating with the Democratic Party and the offices of senior members of Congress, according to a legal complaint filed on Friday.
A federal court on Tuesday blocked efforts by officials in California to force a conservative group to hand over the names of its donors, saying the order could violate those donors’ First Amendment rights.
A Democratic consultancy run by former top Obama campaign aides is working to place stories designed to stir up controversy over the personal finances of a House Republican leader.
Top advisers to the billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer helped run a green group, financed in part by Steyer himself, that is at the center of a corruption scandal that could force the Democratic governor of Oregon to resign.
A pair of ultra-wealthy Democratic donors fired their nine-months-pregnant housekeeper after she requested maternity leave, court records reveal.
Hillary Clinton supporter David Brock resigned from the board of a leading pro-Clinton Super PAC on Monday after alleging “an orchestrated political hit job” against two other prominent pro-Clinton groups.
Washington River Protection Solutions is working on a $7.4 billion environmental remediation contract for the Department of Energy (DOE). However, as is the case with at least 40 other DOE contracts worth more than $90 billion, taxpayers have no idea if the money is being properly spent.
The financiers of the anti-vaccination movement now blamed for a resurgence of measles in the United States include trial lawyers suing drug companies that manufacture vaccines and high-profile Democratic fundraisers, public records show.