Democratic officials who enlisted in a legal campaign against the country’s largest oil company privately expressed misgivings about the effort and its crusading leader, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, internal emails reveal.
Drug companies that have donated to Hillary Clinton’s foundation received most of the contract money from an international tuberculosis initiative after the foundation was brought on to manage the initiative’s procurement operation, public records show.
A federal ethics watchdog announced on Friday that it has opened an investigation into allegations of serial sexual harassment and retaliation against victims at the Environmental Protection Agency.
Nearly a year after President Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline, controversy over another oil pipeline project threatens to deepen divisions between two key Democratic constituencies, labor unions and environmentalists.
Nevada Democratic Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto, who has received the maximum legal contributions from the nation’s two largest teachers’ unions, came out against her state’s school choice law on Wednesday.
A leading federal regulator is renewing efforts to restrict political speech on the internet in what critics are describing as an extra-legal campaign to censor political groups, nonprofits, and even online news organizations.
House Speaker Paul Ryan appears to be headed for an overwhelming victory in his primary contest next week, despite Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s recent praise for Ryan’s opponent.
The Democratic Party’s top donors are pouring money into Colorado political groups, drawing attention to state legislative contests and ballot fights that could affect the redrawing of key congressional districts, public records show.
PHILADELPHIA—After spending more than $100 million to elect Democratic politicians, and with more money on the way, Tom Steyer basked in policy victories at the party’s convention this week as delegates adopted a climate and energy platform that closely mirrors his own positions.