As relations between U.S. and Iran grow ever more precarious, are our elected officials making foreign policy decisions based campaign contributions?
Ömer Adsız’s donations added up to the eyebrow-raising sum of $250,000, all given to the RNC in a single day.
The contract required the Army battalion to pay the hotel a fee of $26,000, as well as other charges likely adding up to several thousands of dollars more.
DOJ recently issued a legal opinion that appears to exempt Saudi Aramco's lobbyists from registering under the FARA.
A GOP donor's son was granted access to political figures—including Trump. One beneficiary was a Turkish businessman with close ties to President Erdoğan.
New FBI records obtained by CREW indicate that McCabe’s firing did not follow standard agency procedures, raising questions as to why.
Donald Trump Jr.’s involvement in the Trump Organization’s foreign business interests has raised ethical alarms before.
Spending by political groups accounted for a significant portion of revenue at Trump International Hotel and other Trump properties.
Trump suddenly pulled the nomination of a career diplomat in favor of a pro-Qatar former congressman, which coincides with Qatar lobbying Kevin McCarthy.
Contractual language in FARA filings appears to suggest that Low has made at least one direct payment to a law firm hired to represent him in the 1MDB case.
Unless Low Taek Jho and 1MDB's funders are disclosed, this case will be yet another example of how flawed the current FARA system is.
Increasingly, the Trump administration’s promotion of Trump businesses resembles an extensive marketing campaign, at tax-payers' expense.