Ethics

UPDATE: Sept. 23 — Marc Short filed his financial disclosure form before leaving his position as Pence’s chief of staff. The
Amy Coney Barrett and other Supreme Court justices are not bound by the same rules as other judges, noted former government ethics chief Walter Shaub.
The network's new contributor is set to be keynote speaker at a Mar-a-Lago GOP fundraiser.
The potential ethics violations were sent last year to the Justice Department, which declined to investigate Trump's transportation secretary.
The Florida-based business boasted that one of its senior advisers — Frank Biden — is a brother of the president.
People panned his choices as "an abuse of power," "criminally corrupt," and "a choice between illegal or sacrilegious."
The Trump campaign asked for donations in exchange for signed copies of the Fox News personality's book.
Ken Salazar's "lucrative spin through the revolving door" is reminiscent of the pay-to-play system that has grown under President Donald Trump.
For restaurant workers, choosing between financial ruin and a risky work environment is no choice at all.
"G'night. Fight for Democracy again tomorrow!" tweeted Walter Shaub.
Patti Davis warned "the image of a president who has a moral compass" is fading from our collective psyche.
At least 11 department officials have cashed out for jobs with fossil fuel interests, lobbying firms or other private companies.
The freshman Democrat denied any relationship with her staffer, but admitted to having an "inappropriate" relationship with someone else before she was elected.
"Judeo-Christian moral standards are like God’s instruction manual for ... the best operation for human society," said the attorney general.
Parents open up about how they're raising caring and empathetic children.
No other U.S. president has lost so many Cabinet members in his first term to ethics issues.
"Blah, blah, blah," Conway has said. "Let me know when the jail sentence starts."
Asked by ABC News if he'd listen to information offered by another country about a rival, the president said, "I'd want to hear it." He added he might not tell the FBI.
Former interior secretary violated the Hatch Act with his MAGA socks at Mount Rushmore event, federal officials determined.