Democrat Jon Tester will introduce a bill requiring e-filing of campaign finance reports.
No, it’s not the president himself or his core supporters.
At least three-dozen municipal governments and law enforcement agencies say presidential campaigns have ignored hundreds of thousands of dollars in outstanding bills stemming from police security for campaign events — from Vallejo, California, to the University of Pittsburgh. That’s according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of federal campaign disclosures and municipal invoices, as well as interviews with more than 60 local government officials.
The Federal Election Commission could help Donald Trump "drain the swamp" — but the agency charged with regulating US elections has been all but marginalized.
Forget about global climate change controls; count on a larger Army, even more nuclear weapons and more missile defenses
The US has spent 15 years trying to rebuild Afghanistan after it invaded in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. But despite billions of dollars, corruption has gotten in the way.
A head-to-head comparison on health, taxes, campaign cash, press access shows that neither candidate gets high marks for transparency.
Despite populist rhetoric, convention in Philly showcased how politicos, special interests schmooze.
Even though Hillary Clinton has had more ads in Ohio than anywhere but Florida since the primaries ended, an average of recent polls give Clinton less than a 2-point lead in the state hosting this week's Republican National Convention.
Hundreds dead, thousands displaced in the past week, famine in the wings: Why is its government spending so much on high-powered US lobbyists?