Ilya Marritz / ProPublicaFeb 19, 2020
In a new episode of Trump Inc., Washington Post journalist David Fahrentold speculates that the president is "paying our money to himself." Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Peter Elkind and Doris Burke / ProPublicaSep 12, 2019
Brad Pascale says he's working for the president at a cut rate. As is often the case with the political phenom, that's not the whole story. Dig deeper ( 33 Min. Read )
Ilya Marritz, Justin Elliot and Zach Everson / ProPublicaMar 26, 2019
The president's private company continues to do business with foreign officials, possibly in violation of the emoluments clause. Dig deeper ( 4 Min. Read )
Julia Conley / Common DreamsFeb 28, 2019
The congresswoman has earned plaudits from reporters and pundits alike for her pointed line of questioning during the Michael Cohen hearing. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Robert Reich / TruthdigDec 18, 2018
His hush payments to mistresses are very the least of it. The president has shown himself to be incapable of acting in the public interest. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Jake Pearsen and Peter Elkind / ProPublicaDec 5, 2018
A new report finds the president's eldest son invested in a lettuce company whose chair sought federal funds from the Trump administration. Dig deeper ( 9 Min. Read )
BERNARD CONDON, STEPHEN BRAUN and TAMI ABDOLLAH / The Associated PressOct 13, 2018
Amid gruesome but unverified reports about a journalist's death and dismemberment, the president's links to billionaires and princes come under greater scrutiny. Dig deeper ( 4 Min. Read )
Nomi Prins / TomDispatchSep 17, 2018
The disgraced global financial firm cooked the books, and the president may have done likewise. The trouble is that his shell games still largely remain to be revealed. Dig deeper ( 10 Min. Read )
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