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New report: How politicians use nonprofits to cloak spending after election day.
The biggest recipients of money are lawyers and consultants.
A half-century ago an ally helped bring down a president with one simple question.
The initiative is an effort to develop an automated system to continuously monitor visitors and immigrants to the U.S. by looking at what they say, including on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Tempting as the prospect of Attorney General Pruitt might seem to the president, he should resist it for these three reasons.
New Brennan Center report finds that at least two presidents, seven governors and several mayors from both major parties have established nonprofits that allow them to raise unlimited, anonymous funds for political spending after election day.
A round up of where key redistricting cases across the country stand.
As the Supreme Court prepares to take up a partisan-gerrymandering challenge to Maryland’s congressional map, more than a dozen briefs have been filed from a diverse array of friends of the court.