State Department email records show that environmental activists, who have denied operating as foreign agents in response to congressional inquiries, partnered with Obama administration officials to advance climate change policies that were beneficial to China and detrimental to the United States, according to energy policy analysts and attorneys who have reviewed the electronic correspondence.
Bill Burton, who served as Barack Obama’s press secretary during his first presidential campaign, is leaving his public affairs job to join the team of former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, who is mulling a bid for president as an independent.
President Trump’s deregulatory agenda continued in 2018, although the pace of the deregulation has slipped slightly when compared to his first year in office, according to a new analysis by a D.C.-based think tank.
Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan is sharply critical of former President Barack Obama in his new book, charging Obama with meddling in the 2015 Nigerian election.
CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett implicitly criticized colleague Jim Acosta’s conduct in a new interview, noting he gave up the microphone when told to by the president at a recent press conference.
New court filings document the extent to which the Obama administration used government power to target disfavored industries, and subsequently sought to avoid responsibility for its targeting program.
Lifestyle magazine Elle posted a fake clickbait link on Twitter about Kanye West splitting up with his wife Kim Kardashian West to get people to register to vote.
Shortly after being elected in 2008 to his first term in Congress, Jared Polis emailed Obama transition co-chair John Podesta to push his sister as a candidate for a presidentially appointed job with the incoming administration, according to hacked emails published online.