PAC

That doesn't include millions taxpayers spend every time Trump travels to one of his own properties, such as Mar-a-Lago.
The key Democratic Senate candidate, who vowed to refuse corporate PAC money, has longstanding ties to corporations through speaking engagements.
Corporate leaders like Tim Ryan, PwC's U.S. chairman, are tackling the delicate issue head-on with their staff in the hopes that the conversation will extend far beyond the walls of their business. Here's our full video interview about business leadership.
Why do Republican voters seem to naturally gravitate to celebrities -- most of whom are, shall we say, 'short' on actual knowledge about politics, legislative issues, and global affairs?
The only things that really matter in Republican politics today are name recognition, a degree of celebrity, and the ability to make outrageous statements that appeal to a minority of voters.
"For a minute, I thought it may be a dream." This is how Shukria Barakzai recalls the moment last month when a suicide bomber struck her armored vehicle, detonating explosives and sending her to the hospital, where she was treated for burns and whiplash.
There's nothing of any substance anywhere for the PAC people in Congress. Now, it may all be as simple as no one is updating the website. Probably there's nothing under the sections for the representatives of the other parties either. So is it only an issue of incompetence with regard to website maintenance?
It is primarily about blocking whatever the Nationalists want to do, and thereby minimizing the growth of their power and the impact of their policies. But it's still unclear how this would work in real life.
Mr. Hernández holds all the cards at the moment, and it's unlikely he is going to give them up anytime soon. The other players at the table -- Mr. Villeda, Mr. Zelaya, and Mr. Nasralla? They're still trying to agree on who'll get to shuffle the deck next.
Last night, Senator Thad Cochran pulled off an upset of sorts, by defeating his Tea Party primary challenger in the rematch atmosphere of a "top two" runoff election. His chance of victory had been seen by many (at least before the election results began coming in) as increasingly unlikely -- which is why the political world is abuzz over what just happened down in the Magnolia State.
Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock isn't running for governor, but his presence is being felt. His former chief of staff is heading up a Super PAC aimed at defeating Bruce Rauner. Why?
Honduran political analyst Jorge Illescas believes that there is some sort of secret arrangement between the conservative
Microsoft's PAC made $1,041,500 in political contributions during the 2012 campaign cycle, according to the Center For Responsive
A grand jury is now involved in a high-stakes California probe that is looking into whether a PAC and three so-called dark
Despite what many consider as Fox News' conservative-leaning tendencies, its parent company, News Corp., donated to more
Amazon avoids UK taxes by reporting European sales through a Luxembourg-based unit. This structure allowed it to pay a tax