Lieberman's ZTE Work Makes Him a Foreign Agent, Complaint Says
China's ZTE Hires Lieberman, Drawing Fire From Elizabeth Warren
Gun control advocates have long said the NRA is more concerned with the needs of gunmakers than those of gun owners.
Fear of Gun Control Laws Might Help Replenish the NRA’s Coffers
Huawei's Washington Presence Dwindles Amid Legal Brawl With U.S.
Trump Campaign, NRA Illegally Coordinated Ads, Group Tells FEC
Potential Trump 2020 Challengers Bank Millions in Campaign Cash
The Tennessee Valley Authority, the government-owned utility that had put the mothballed plant up for sale.
Whitaker was paid more than $900,000 by a conservative non-profit in the 21 months before joining the Justice Department.
Democrats praise Elias for his caution in helping navigate complexities of election law, where what’s legal can appear unethical.
Walmart Asks Senator Hyde-Smith for Refund Over Comment on Video
NRA Political Spending Drops for Midterms After Big Bet on Trump
Businesses Prep for Elections by Backing Incumbent Republicans
Top Super-PACs Have $113 Million to Spend in Last Election Push
Saudi Lobbyists in D.C. Hunker Down After Khashoggi's Killing
The couple ranked second in the U.S. for individual donors, behind liberal billionaire Tom Steyer.
Adelsons Give $20 Million to Republican Efforts to Hold House
Election-Hacking Risk Merits Use of Campaign Cash, Senator Says
Kavanaugh Nomination Ad Battle Focuses on Maine, and Collins
Two Democrats in House Races Top $3 Million in Third Quarter
Two Democratic House Candidates Raised Millions in Third Quarter