by Greg Zimmerman & Nicole Gentile - Guest Contributor Mar 2, 2016
The vast majority of Arizonans want to keep the current ban on mining in place.
by Ian Millhiser Feb 8, 2016
Bush would permit a level of corruption that even the Roberts Court views as intolerable.
by Ian Millhiser Jan 19, 2016
Being a member of Congress is an awful job. One reason that it is a terrible job is the piles of money a lawmaker must raise if they hope to keep their job after the next election.
by Alice Ollstein Sep 30, 2015
"I have to limit myself, like Frodo and the ring, because it's the only way to create the super mandate powerful enough to get the Congress to do something," said Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig.
by Alice Ollstein Sep 9, 2015
Critics say the plan could go further, and point to Clinton's own use of the super PACs and mega-donors the plan would crack down on.
by Judd Legum Jul 31, 2015
A startling diagnosis from our 39th President.
by Sacha Feinman Jun 10, 2015
How the governor of Illinois is using a private fortune to reshape the state government.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 30, 2015
Chief Justice Roberts appears to believe that lawmakers should "follow the preferences" of their supporters and give "special consideration" to the disproportionately wealthy individuals who fund their election.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 23, 2015
In 2012, Sheldon Adelson's $25 billion fortune was more than the gross domestic product of two dozen nations put together -- and Adelson's wealth has only grown since 2012.
by Ian Millhiser Mar 11, 2015
The Pope's comments place him at odds with five other very prominent Catholics -- the five justices who joined the Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United v. FEC.