Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
Five members of the Judiciary committee, charged with writing the articles of impeachment, have visited a Trump property.
President Trump hit an important milestone as he returned to Florida over the Thanksgiving holiday: 100 visits to Mar-a-Lago in just 1,041 days as president.
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.
Hensel Phelps Construction is Rep Ken Buck’s former employer, a government contractor, and one of AJS' largest donors. AJS donated $2 million to support Buck.
DOJ recently issued a legal opinion that appears to exempt Saudi Aramco's lobbyists from registering under the FARA.
Far from endorsing Doral for the G-7, the Secret Service said “the property does present some challenges,” followed by a redaction that implies security concerns.
If you’re hoping to check the status of your Freedom of Information Act request with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, you might not be able to.
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.
Private prisons, payday lenders, fossil fuel companies, and dozens of other special interests have hosted events at Trump properties during his presidency.
Kushner, Barrack, and Perry are attending a Saudi Arabian economic conference. Each have significant conflicts of interests in Saudi Arabia.
The cost of a basic room at Trump’s DC Hotel is nearly three times its average rate on November 7th, the same night of a Senate Republican retreat at the hotel.