Dozens of U.S. companies have paid zero federal income tax while claiming to lead on "inclusive prosperity."
Over 50 members of Congress are calling on President Biden to "significantly" cut military spending in next year's budget and invest in social needs.
Opaque state subsidies of more than $4.4 billion per year have helped Gov. Cuomo to consolidate his political power over the past decade.
As he serves on the subcommittee overseeing ports of entry, Richard Blumenthal’s wife is investing in a cargo security company that says it is the only company that can satisfy the scanning requirements recommended by Congress.
House Democrats' reform bill would let anyone follow the money behind election ads.
The F-35 program could soon be scaled back—and possibly phased out—after gobbling up hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars.
A new report found that ExxonMobil and GM led big business groups in supporting rules that made it harder for shareholders to submit proposals.
A conservative think tank funded in part by the fossil fuel industry put out a cost estimate seemingly intended to cause sticker shock atop search results.
Luria was recently elected vice chair of the House Armed Services Committee after taking contributions from the PACs of several defense contractors to pay off her campaign's debt.
Manchin said the rules change would ensure "the views of regular Americans are better represented in the Senate."
Dozens of companies paused their PAC donations to Republican election objectors, but a loophole might continue sending them funds through corporate trade associations.
Sludge obtained two memos sent by the DNC to national members outlining the election rules for the next party chair.
The pro-Trump protests were the culmination of over a decade of investment in conservative groups by the right-wing Koch network and large corporations.
A startup watchdog group beat back legislation that would have allowed corporate trade groups that lobby the government to access PPP funding.
The automaker is touting its climate consciousness, but the vast majority of its production will still be fossil-fuel-powered SUVs and trucks.
The American Petroleum Institute spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to fend off a progressive challenger.
The undemocratic institution may be closer to dead than you think.