Amid a historic crisis, billionaires are keeping their money to themselves.
Mike Bloomberg's presidential campaign guaranteed staff members that they'd have jobs through November, according to a class-action lawsuit.
The decision is a major reversal for the billionaire who promised to spend “whatever it takes” to beat Donald Trump.
His campaign said laid-off staffers can apply for new positions in battleground states where offices will be kept open.
She has no regrets about the race; now she has extra time to prank-call big banks.
The MSNBC host and the New York Times' Mara Gay praised a tweet with a startling — and incorrect — claim.
Weakened campaign finance laws mean that the former candidate has few limits on how he can help his erstwhile opponent.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is ending her presidential campaign after a poor performance on Super Tuesday.
The tabloid mocked “Moneybags Mike” for splashing the cash -- with nothing to show for it -- with its latest cover.
Joe Biden surged in the race, leaving the Vermont senator to rethink his campaign strategy to win the Democratic nomination.