"No surprise—it's fighting back as lawmakers conduct an antitrust probe and are realizing what happens when we leave tech monopolies unchecked."
This may be the mysterious third criminal case on which Michael Flynn was cooperating with prosecutors.
The Washington Post reports that the Saudi Government funded fake veteran's lobbying junkets to funnel money to Trump by renting out rooms and banquet space at Trump Hotel, Washington DC.
Turns out the Saudis funneled money to the Trump Organization via huge hotel room buys starting from the very beginning of the Trump administration.
The NRA has fallen on hard times, but they're determined to soldier on and push lawmakers to keep death machines available to any old wingnut with an attitude.
Novartis paid Michael Cohen $100,000 per month for 12 months, far exceeding other contracts with their usual lobbyists.
The Center for Media and Democracy revealed at AARP is a paying member of ALEC, an organization dedicated to, among so many other things, privatizing Social Security and Medicare. Just wow.
If the Exelon-Pepco merger is approved by DC, Maryland and Delaware, the utility giant would force its new customer base to bail out its failing investments in expensive nuclear power. The merger will raise our bills, stifle clean energy competitors, and potentially complicate pensions and benefits that Pepco retirees have earned.
Sounds like somebody's in trouble!
In late 2011, I infiltrated a commercial shoot for the American Petroleum Institute, run by a subsidiary of Edelman. Now, after dealing with public outcry over its work for climate science denial groups like API, Edelman is ending its contract.
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