An investment firm owned and run by one of Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton’s many billionaire political supporters is under federal investigation after news reports revealed patterns of discrimination against minority customers and employees.
Just a week after Hillary Clinton announced her plan to stop corporate tax inversions, she is traveling to Nebraska to fundraise with Warren Buffett, who led Burger King’s corporate inversion to Canada last year.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest announced on Tuesday that President Barack Obama would veto a bill approving the Keystone XL pipeline if it passes both houses of Congress.
“The constitutional amendment before us,” Harry Reid said Tuesday, describing a proposal to give federal and state governments the authority to regulate political giving, “isn’t about limiting free speech.”
Harry Reid, may I present the American Civil Liberties Union. I am sure you two have met before.
Democratic congressional candidate Sean Eldridge lashed out on Tuesday at fast food company Burger King for supposedly dodging U.S. taxes, but his husband, whose fortune is financing the congressional run, stands to benefit financially from the move.
Warren Buffett frequently complains that wealthy Americans pay too little in taxes, but he’s helping a major multinational corporation relocate—on paper—to Canada in an effort to avoid paying U.S. taxes.
Sen. Mark Udall is pleading for an extension for billions in subsidies to prop up the wind industry, a fight to protect tax credits utilized by Warren Buffett and one of the Colorado Democrat’s top donors.