Federal penalties imposed on the largest U.S. companies for all kinds of misconduct fell sharply during the first 12 months of the Trump administration.
By Lee Fang and Nick Surgey
Even before Democrat Doug Jones’s unlikely win in the race for an Alabama Senate seat, Republicans were worried: There could be a wave of Democratic victories ahead, a backlash against President Donald Trump, in next year’s elections. The wave could carry with it a raft of pushes for progressive policies. But the right is girding itself for the fights they see coming up. One such fight could emerge over increasing the minimum wage.
Policy riders buried in tax and spending bills would let in more political money, less light.
SPN group says a multitrillion-dollar bailout of cities and states will be needed if Congress eliminates the SALT deduction.
Pharma leads the Way.
New research by CMD shows private equity political spending soared to almost $100 million in 2016 election cycle.
The Koch Brothers talk a good game against “corporate welfare," but have received some $363 million in taxpayer subsidies.
A recent publication in the International Journal for Communication calls into questions the research cited by current FCC Chairman Ajit Pai as his primary justification for plan to roll back net neutrality rules.
The Independent Women's Forum and Independent Women's Voice are not-so independent according to a new investigation by CMD ... about how they sell right-wing policies and candidates under the guise of neutrality.
The American Dream is in trouble in cities like Cleveland, but RNC platform fails to speak to the issues.