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The Russia investigations are prompting new scrutiny of the technology giant’s advertising business.
The GOP is enjoying a small-donor bonanza after harnessing the president’s anti-establishment rhetoric.
The ad by America First Policies features an image of the president with his hand over his heart and the hashtag #TakeAStandNotAKnee.
Homeland Security officials informed 21 states that they had been targeted.
After Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pledged to be more transparent about political ads online, two senators are pushing a measure to force the company and other digital platforms to do so.
In a Federal Election Commission report set to be filed Wednesday, the RNC will report paying more than $230,000 to Trump's attorneys in August alone.
For many customers, deciding whether to hold events at Trump-owned clubs has become a political question.
The Senate contest in Alabama is testing the power of moneyed interests against Trump’s conservative base.
James E. “Trey” Trainor III has argued that voters could be distracted from the content of political messages if they focus on who is financing ads.
Nominee James E. “Trey” Trainor III has pushed for less regulation of money in politics.