We have obtained a list of more than 400 Trump administration hires, including dozens of lobbyists and some from far-right media.
The hiring of three former lobbyists to work in the White House raises questions about how the Trump administration is enforcing the president’s executive order on ethics.
Given Kushner’s vast portfolio as an adviser to the president, it’s not clear how he’s going to avoid issues that could affect his bank account. The Trump administration has declined to give details.
Donald Trump suggested during the campaign that he would ban lobbyists from his administration. Now they’re working at the very agencies they sought to influence.
President Trump’s executive order on ethics also cites a section of the law that doesn’t exist.
The president has cultivated a relationship with the building trades unions. But early hires at the Department of Labor are opponents of wage standards for construction contracts.
Immigration lawyers are scrambling to understand the meaning of a letter first disclosed late Tuesday.
The girl, whose parents are U.S. citizens, was barred from boarding a plane yesterday and is now in limbo in Djibouti.
The president has flouted decades-old norms of antitrust by directly speaking with the executives of companies seeking to merge.
Do you make less than $47,500 a year? Help us investigate overtime pay.
A rule that could get overtime pay for four million workers is in limbo, and Trump will help decide whether it survives.
Andrew Puzder’s co-author told us: “He’ll put in place everything we laid out in the book.”
The economists are leveraging their academic prestige with secret reports justifying corporate concentration. Their predictions are often wrong and consumers pay the price.
President Obama promised to fight corporate concentration. Eight years later, the airline industry is dominated by just four companies. And you’re paying for it.
Following reporting by ProPublica and NPR and an investigation by his staff, Sen. Charles Grassley introduces the American Red Cross Transparency Act.
Introducing the Red Cross Reporting Network.
“One of the reasons they don't want to answer the questions is it's very embarrassing,” says Sen. Charles Grassley, who just finished a yearlong investigation of the Red Cross.