Strategies that let super PACs delay revealing their donors are gaining popularity among Democrats and Republicans alike.
A new analysis finds just 15 groups were responsible for more than 75 percent of the dark money spent between 2010 and 2016.
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer discusses the documentary “Dark Money” with its director and the journalist who broke the story of how corporations infiltrated Montana’s elections.
Top 10 Senate races see record spending from outside groups, which are free to accept unlimited donations and sometimes are able to conceal their funders from the public.
In internal memos, groups opposing tighter state campaign finance rules are coaching their local supporters on how to battle disclosure of political donors.
The Supreme Court justice masterminded the 2010 decision to undo a century of public-interest regulation of campaign expenditures in the name of "free speech." He had every reason to know how damaging that decision would prove to be.
Federal regulators say they have few ways to police coordination between candidates and super PACs in the post-Citizens United landscape.