The 16 white donors behind New Yorkers for Independent Action have poured money into influencing elections in the Bronx and Brooklyn, even though none of them lives there.
The power elites that rule America are threatening the First Amendment again—and the assault is not coming just from government agencies.
New reporting looks at how shady LLCs are contributing to a "corrupt campaign finance system."
With millions of young people supporting the candidate, American politics could change for the long term. Some observers are even predicting that the campaign will become an incubator for the Democratic Party's future politicians.
New analysis by Reuters shows that Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz are the biggest recipients of hedge fund managers' donations.
"It's all been decided, apparently," the GOP candidate said this week. "The pundits have made it all, we don't have to go vote, I guess. I should stop campaigning maybe, huh?"
The newspaper hangs an article about Sanders' campaign finances on a legal technicality, and the next day it backs his main rival's presidential bid.
A little-noticed new rule allows candidates to solicit money for their super PACs -- as long as the potential donors are meeting in a small group.
An inside look at why the corporate media egg on Trump's divisive—and lucrative—braggadocio, in the words of Les Moonves, chief executive of CBS Corp.
When Donald Mullen Jr. saw the beginning of the market decline that led to the crash of 2008, he told his colleagues at Goldman Sachs, “Sounds like we will make some serious money.”