It's unlikely that anyone believes that corporate profiteers are going to educate our children well.
In just over two months, the Trump administration and its political and financial support system have given Americans cause for concern—but the situation is not beyond hope.
Advocacy groups run by the billionaire siblings may have swayed enough Republicans to torpedo the American Health Care Act.
If Pruitt angers you, swing into action. Find out whether there is a coal plant near you and work to close it.
The National Economic Council, headed by Gary Cohn (pictured), named 13 new hires a day before the president repeated his “drain the swamp” promise in a speech to Congress. The council's makeup is raising conflict-of-interest concerns.
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.
The American broadcaster depends on foundations, corporations and wealthy individuals to pay for much of its programming. This private funding undermines the integrity of the "independent" journalism it bankrolls.
The Libertarian candidate's supporters are leading enemies of the environment and public education.
Florida is No. 3 in the country for solar potential but No. 18 in installations, largely because of nefarious dirty tricks by the carbon moguls.