The kingdom's expensive influence machine keeps U.S. foreign policy on Saudi Arabia's side.
Money talks, says a study of Washington’s political lobbying and its influence on climate change law. Most of the most vocal money comes from big energy.
The directors of "Get Me Roger Stone" recall their documentary journey with the man who plotted Donald Trump's rise.
Americans should be enraged by the actions revealed in the former campaign official's indictment, which offers examples of the anti-democratic practices of wealthy elites.
Fissures within pro-Israel organizations could someday result in a peace between Israel and Palestine, according to international relations expert Stephen Walt.
Despite Trump's campaign vow to "drain the swamp" of lobbyists and special interests, Washington's influence industry is alive and well—and growing.
The Office of Government Ethics overturns an internal policy prohibiting White House staffers from receiving funds from unidentified lobbyists.
ProPublica and The New York Times identify more possible conflicts of interest among White House appointees.
Gen. James Mattis, who has been tapped for secretary of defense, also said he was against getting involved in Syria and warned that military action can’t resolve the issue of Iran’s nuclear enrichment program.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren vows to fight the 21st Century Cures Act "because I know the difference between compromise and extortion."