A progressive leader decried Jay Clayton's nomination as "yet another example of Trump betraying his own voters by turning over our economy to giant corporations and Wall Street."
Another example, courtesy of the gig economy.
We don't just need to get money out of politics—we need to get it out of policy, too.
Of 88,000 actions and developments considered potentially threatening to the nation’s endangered species over the past seven years, a study finds that not one has been halted by the U.S. government.
Suspected terrorists can buy guns legally in the United States—and that's how the NRA wants it.
Recent emails reveal the close bond between Koch lobbyists and regulators at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Increasingly, the task of overseeing the National Security Agency is going to former lobbyists for NSA contractors and other intelligence community insiders.
For a while there, Tom Wheeler, Federal Communications Commission chairman and former cable and wireless lobbyist, looked as if he was going to bow to his old paymasters on net neutrality.
Though Humulin has been on the market for many years for a relatively cheap price, a single monthlong dose of the insulin variety manufactured by Eli Lilly costs $1,200 today -- more than five times the amount in 2007. Why? Because the company can charge that much, Eli Lilly's insulin marketing director said.
Next Wednesday, Sept. 10, if your favorite website seems to load slowly, take a closer look: You might be experiencing the Battle for the Net's "Internet Slowdown," a global day of grass-roots action.