Full story - August 22, 2018
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Most of BlackPAC’s July income came from a limited liability company.
Full story - August 20, 2018
a sign for Cambridge Analytica
Documents obtained through FOIA lawsuit provide a glimpse into the government’s information battles.
Full story - July 18, 2018
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A lack of nonwhite megadonors could hamper Democratic hopes of winning back Congress.
Full story - July 04, 2018
"I voted" stickers on a table
As 2018 midterm near, other top jobs remain vacant or filled with ‘acting’ officials.
Full story - June 28, 2018
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Facebook, Twitter and Google no-shows at public hearing marked by disagreement
Full story - June 21, 2018
An employee uses his mobile phone as he walks past the company logo of Baidu at its headquarters in Beijing, Aug. 5, 2010.
Private prisons, gun advocates also have busy spring, new disclosures show.
Full story - May 21, 2018
An empty speaker's lectern is seen in the rain outside the US Capitol in Washington, October 10, 2013.
New disclosures detail megadonors’ contributions to the 2018 spate of primaries.
Full story - May 14, 2018
FILE PHOTO: A voter peels off an "I Voted" sticker after voting in North Carolina's U.S. presidential primary election at Sharon Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S. on March 15, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Keane/File Photo
How will the Federal Election Commission apply the new decision?
Full story - May 09, 2018
The building of the US Supreme Court is seen in Washington, DC, June 26, 2017. A recent study shows that three-forths of respondents back a constitutional amendment outlawing the Citizens United decision.
But the odds of such a change happening? Next to nothing.
Full story - May 07, 2018
A worker at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina uses a glovebox to handle hazardous materials. The Savannah River Site is one of the locations the Trump administration is considering to host a ramp-up in nuclear warhead production.
The Department of Energy is scheduled to decide within days where plutonium parts for the next generation of nuclear weapons are to be made, but recent internal government reports indicate serious and persistent safety issues plague both of the two candidate sites: Los Alamos and Savannah River.

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