Ed Buck used to mingle with prominent Democrats while simultaneously filling their campaign coffers with generous contributions. All of it came crashing down after two men died in his West Hollywood apartment over the course of two years and, most recently, a third overdosed but survived, leading to Buck's arrest.
A major California Democratic donor has been arrested after a third man overdosed in his apartment, according to reports. Ed Buck was taken into custody Tuesday after a 37-year-old man overdosed in his West Hollywood apartment.
The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service issued a proposed rule Friday that would make it so nonprofit political groups would not have to disclose their biggest donors to the government. Democrats say the rule would allow an even greater flow of "dark money" to such groups while right-leaning entities praised the proposal and alleged that Democrats want the disclosures to the IRS for potential intimidation purposes.
A "dark money" group that was established to push back against the judicial nominations of President Donald Trump, and which was at the forefront of the battle against Justice Brett Kavanaugh and continues to go after him to this day, was heavily financed by liberal billionaire George Soros around the time of its inception, grants show.
A grassroots committee launched by national Democrats as part of a joint fundraising venture is hauling in all of its funds from just 13 deep-pocketed liberal donors, Federal Election Commission filings show.
A prominent Muslim group that partners with other pro-Palestinian organizations for protests and campaigns against Israel in the United States has an agent who has defended accused terrorists in court, state filings show.
A data firm backed by Eric Schmidt, the former executive chairman of Alphabet, Google's parent company, is now on the campaign payroll of nearly every top Democratic presidential contender, Federal Election Commission filings show.
A government watchdog group is seeking a probe into the financial disclosures of a Texas Democratic candidate after he reported just thousands in total income and his campaign issued a statement that is contradictory to what the disclosure forms show.
A political action committee that is part of a network launched by failed Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams pushed $1.2 million over to a separate but affiliated dark money entity that is planning to ramp up 2020 voter efforts in swing states, Federal Election Commission filings show.