Our Energy secretary could ship treated nuclear waste from our nation’s most polluted nuclear weapons production site to a Texas nuclear dump near an aquifer suppling water.
Rick Scott has put his investments into a “blind trust” to avoid the appearance that he’s using his office for financial gain. But that blind trust has loopholes.
Trump’s Cabinet has already seen stunning levels of corruption.
The Trump administration has advanced his ideological and financial interests, including an assist in his quest to build a casino in Japan.
The farce of a background check is being spun by Republicans as conclusive.
‘It is heartbreaking if these guys who acted like my friends in high school were saying these nasty, false things about me behind my back.’
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, a lifelong Republican, says Brett Kavanaugh proved he does not belong on the highest court in the land.
Anderson is among those who has asserted that the FBI’s Kavanaugh-related investigation didn’t go far enough, telling Vanity Fair that as he sees it, Wray is in a “tough spot.”
As she stares down a tough Senate race in the red state of North Dakota, the senator fears that the decision will cost her.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh penned an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal titled “I Am an Independent, Impartial Judge.”
Elaine Chao has taken the equivalent of weeks of vacation in ‘private’ meetings.
On Friday evening, just as he was dealing with a setback to his Supreme Court nomination, President Donald Trump got a fresh piece of unwelcome news.
If that is the standard, then Trump has fulfilled it over and over again.
Trump’s constant golf trips aren’t just a sign of laziness — they’re a corrupt waste of taxpayer money.
Rep. John Culberson (R-TX) is accused of raiding campaign funds for personal use, including a purchase of fossils to allegedly help him “understand climate science.”
A leaked memo shows Republicans are afraid that if Democrats take over the House of Representatives, Congress will actually reassert itself as a coequal branch of government.
Here are five of the wildest and most outlandish things Pecker and American Media did in support of Trump and his associates.
An investigation by the Virginian-Pilot has discovered that the campaign workers of Rep. Scott Taylor used fraudulent signatures to help independent candidate Shaun Brown qualify for the congressional ballot.
In April, Pennsylvania Congressman Pat Meehan resigned amid reports he used taxpayer money to settle a sexual harassment from a former aide.
Former Texas Congressman Blake Farenthold, a longtime Tea Party crusader, fell from grace in a spectacular fashion, in a scandal involving sexual misconduct and misuse of taxpayer funds.
Donald Trump Jr. spent over $32,000 of taxpayer money for a trip to India that netted his family over $15 million in sales.
Federal investigators are now examining the Ohio State University sexual abuse scandal.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh accrued as much as $200,000 in debt buying tickets to Washington Nationals baseball games.
Including Shine and Kudlow, the White House has granted a total of 20 waivers to provisions of various federal ethics laws.
The complaint, according to the overview, calls for “an investigation into whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross violated the criminal laws on conflicts of interest and false statements.”