Retail giant Walmart defended its garment production operations on Wednesday in the face of reports that a Bangladeshi factory that killed hundreds when it collapsed last month was producing apparel for its stores.
Two organizations led by former Obama staffers are launching a new grassroots campaign to get people, specifically young people to buy health insurance.
Those curious to know how Washington functions in the era of Barack Obama would benefit from reading a Dec. 17 item by Al Kamen in the Washington Post. Its 333 words pretty much sum things up.
The apparent admission of a top lawyer for the Obama campaign during a recent conference call that the campaign has “work[ed] with some” nonprofit organizations raises questions about the campaign’s coordination with liberal nonprofit groups and could put the nonprofit status of those groups at risk.
The Obama campaign has dispatched Bill Clinton to raise money from a secretive group of big-money liberals.
A former domestic worker for a major Democratic donor and socialite has accused her husband of sexual harassment.
Retail giant Wal-Mart plans to throw a party for the Center for American Progress, the liberal think-tank that has become an incubator for administration policy, including the green-energy loans that have been badly tarnished by allegations of cronyism and corruption, according to reports.
Marion Sandler, the prominent left-wing philanthropist who helped pioneer a controversial mortgage-lending practice at the heart of the 2007 mortgage crisis, has passed away at her San Francisco home, according to her personal website.
A recent blog post authored by an employee of the left-wing Center for American Progress Action Fund and touted by the Obama campaign and media sympathizers is under fire from center-right experts, who charge that the post is flawed and misleading.