by Josh Israel Jan 23, 2015
Journalism ethics experts say this might cross the line from neutral reporting to aiding the billionaire oil magnates' anti-government political network.
by Emily Atkin Dec 23, 2014
Environmental organizations also spent a great deal of money on the 2014 midterm elections.
by Emily Atkin Dec 15, 2014
The EPA's regulations will reportedly reduce pollution and benefit public health. The CIA's torture of Guantamo Bay detainees reportedly included rape threats against detainee's mothers and rectal feeding.
by Ian Millhiser Dec 14, 2014
On the surface, the education materials look quite impressive. Yet the materials also push a very clear agenda in subtle -- and often not-so-subtle -- ways.
by Emily Atkin Dec 4, 2014
The city of North Pole, Alaska, used to have clean groundwater. But now, it's the polar opposite.
by Nicole Flatow Oct 27, 2014
The very same brothers who have made a name for themselves cutting government services are now funding an initiative to provide more lawyers to the poor.
by Alice Ollstein Sep 30, 2014
The Koch Brothers make their small government pitch to Latino voters: "It's not always an easy subject for some of the first generation to comprehend."
by Joaquim Moreira Salles Sep 29, 2014
This is not the first time Americans For Prosperity has sent out misleading or blatantly inaccurate correspondence regarding voting procedure.
by Katie Valentine Sep 26, 2014
"Doing business in the city is increasingly difficult," the company president said.
by Jack Jenkins Sep 18, 2014
"Everybody should be able to come to the table. But you can’t buy the table — sorry, it’s wrong."