More than a year before the election, super-PACs are quickly approaching the fundraising levels of the entire 2012 presidential race.
Super-PACs report their hauls.
Many portions are redacted, and much of the correspondence from 2009 focuses on details of State Department business.
The donations came from a financier who has supported both Cruz and Fiorina.
Dick Kovacevich wants to see some bank regulations reversed.
The Democratic presidential front-runner and her husband also paid more than $43 million in taxes.
Legislators propose tapping the government’s stockpile of crude.
Seven ways in which the septuagenarian socialist from Vermont actually presents a mortal threat to the Democratic front-runner.
Based on an analysis that included the candidate's 92-page personal financial disclosure form, his wealth is closer to $2.9 billion.
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