We've received more financial disclosures from Obama administration nominees -- and we're posting them for public review. The White House's strict new ethics rules require appointees to recuse themselves from conflicts of interest and to document their investments in detail. We've added about 60 nominees to our ongoing feature. Check out the full list.
What do you learn from reading these disclosures? You get a firsthand look at who is running government agencies and crafting new regulation. Lawrence Summers, director of President Barack Obama's National Economic Council, made millions speaking to banks that recently got bailed out. Assistant Treasury Secretary Alan Krueger received a book advance of at least $180,000 (plus royalties). Not all White House staffers live cushy lives outside of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is still paying off a $200,000 debt for his children's college expenses.
These disclosures are a matter of public record, but are issued by request only. We're offering them up to the public and the press alike -- dig in.