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.
Jeb Bush, the man who wants to be our nation's third President Bush, has already taken some hits his team didn't see coming this campaign season -- but one very important member of his camp claims Jeb's only getting revved up.
The struggle against the corporate stranglehold on our democracy won’t be conducted in courtrooms or legislatures. It will arise from below, in organized, mass demands for change.
It seems that in the coming presidential election season -- occurring during an age of Citizens United and super PACs -- super-wealthy political instigators such as the Koch brothers will have more sway over American politics than ever before.
A champion of the Internet and governmental reform is celebrated around the world Saturday. His suicide -- committed under a threat of prosecution -- did not end the fight for his causes.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Stephen Colbert celebrates the IRS scandal and a Florida mayoral candidate touts an endorsement from Jesus.