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Five of them have been stuck with unpaid bills dating back to 2016, according to an investigation by The Center for Public Integrity and NBC.
The oil industry “leads the pack by a mile,” with the American Petroleum Institute accounting for nearly half the total.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos last week met with “college administrators, rape survivors and students accused of
Tweet by tweet, post upon post, and petition after petition, Americans are voicing their views of government with the most
Because this dishonesty plays into the hands of the right-wing narrative about the evil "liberal media," the right-wing media will stick with the clickbait headline and ignore the dubious contents.
Left behind at school, at home and at work: "The civil rights issue of our time"
The cutbacks come on the heels of the Center's international investigative project scoring major scoop with the Panama Papers.
Soul-searching in San Bernardino County over campus cops’ tactics and attitudes
Ingredients created by food companies flavor what Americans eat each day — everything from juice drinks and potato chips to ice cream and canned soups. They give Cheetos their addictive cheesy taste and help distinguish Jolly Ranchers from other fruit-flavored candies.
The health insurance industry took advantage of Washington's infamous revolving door last week when it named former Rep. Allyson Schwartz of Pennsylvania, perceived by many to be a liberal Democrat, as the face of its latest K Street-operated front group.
While we know how much insurers and oil and gas companies dole out to political campaigns and lobbyists, we don't have a clue how much of their cash is used to establish front groups or how much of it winds up in the pockets of either pundits for hire or tax-exempt organizations that do their bidding.
It was early in 2013 when Menendez’s relationship with Florida ophthalmologist Salomon Melgen, a friend and campaign donor
Among the top Republican bankrollers and fundraisers on the attendees roster: political consultant Karl Rove, coal king Joe
Raskin said he believes the idea behind his bill is gaining steam after The Washington Post and The Nation published columns
“Those are two very fine public officials that we think have great executive skills and great potential to be great leaders