In a lengthy internal memo, Kay Coles James hammered reporting in the new book “American Carnage” and accused her predecessor of leaking unflattering details about the think tank.
Despite the Montana governor’s career-long crusade against political “dark money,” he’s enlisted a consultant who helps industry capitalize on Washington policymaking.
The media company insists it has not been a Qatari government organ since 2011. Its British filings say otherwise.
Spurned by virtually everyone in Washington, the former House speaker is creating a forum for his own thoroughly pre-Trump brand of conservatism.
Acting Defense Secretary Mark Esper hit back at the ‘presumption [that] anybody who comes from the business world or the corporate world is corrupt.’
Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to know why a longtime lobbyist for steel and aluminum companies and a steel industry lawyer are now influencing Trump tariff decisions.