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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.
Five things to know about the important Maryland partisan-gerrymandering case slated for oral argument at the U.S. Supreme Court on March 28.
Although provisions in the spending bill make it harder for the government to regulate money in politics, advocates were able to keep out language that would have been much worse.
Judicial impeachment shouldn’t be used to punish judges for their rulings. Here’s why.
The latest spending bill from Congress appropriates $380 million in critical election infrastructure funds. But will it be sufficient to replace the country's most vulnerable voting machines?
The Cambridge Analytica scandal exposes the mistake in allowing companies like Facebook to self-regulate in the first place.