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E-mails obtained through a FOIA request reveal the extraordinary access SIFMA had to Federal Housing Finance Administration officials.
His next appointee for FCC chair could determine whether robber barons consolidate their domination of the public discourse.
JPMorgan Chase gamed the system to hide risky trades. Will Congress let them go free?
The Democratic senator is introducing legislation to break them up, but he’s in an uphill battle—against not only the GOP but his own party.
A former FCC commissioner points out that the agency can simply enforce a campaign finance disclosure requirement that’s already on the books.
Left undiscussed in the FTC’s investigation is the search giant’s ability to limit what we all read.
Senate Dems should restore the practice to its proper function: as a tool for public dissent, rather than unchecked, covert obstruction.
The recovery could be an opportunity to realign our relationship with the natural world.
With a new SEC regulation, no longer will big oil and mining companies be able to hide under-the-table payments to crooked Third World governments.
Senator Sherrod Brown has been a leader in taking on the big banks, and now the Chamber of Commerce is retaliating.
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- How Mitch McConnell Is Bending Every Last Campaign Finance Rule
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