So Sen. Mitch McConnell was breaking a federal law if he was discussing Ashley Judd on government time, according to CREW's Melanie Sloan.
Former Illinois congressional candidate David Gill joins forces with Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington to challenge IRS oversight of social welfare nonprofits.
Uh oh. This is not going to be a good day for Mittens: For Mitt Romney, it's one scary Halloween. The Presidential candidate has just learned that tomorrow afternoon he will be charged by the United Automobile Workers (UAW) and other public
What topics do you suppose they want them to teach? I'm guessing it's about the benefits of a for-profit, barely-regulated health insurance industry, but that's just a wild guess. I wonder how many cancer treatments they disallowed to pay for
View the ad. The so-called "Center for Union Facts" launched a $10 million ad campaign against unions in the Friday New York Times by comparing unions to Kim Jong Il and his successor Kim Jong Un. The full-page color ad ran on page
Countdown's Keith Olbermann talked to CREW's Melania Sloan about their recent ethics complaint against Louisiana Senator David Vitter, this time for attempting to bribe Secretary Ken Salazar by tying his pay raise to approving permits for offshore
CREW's Melanie Sloan who called for an investigation into Christine O'Donnell for campaign finance fraud earlier this year responds to O'Donnell's accusation that the federal criminal probe looking into just that is nothing but a left wing liberal
CREW is calling for a criminal investigation into her use of campaign funds, so it looks like Christine O'Donnell will have a lot of explaining to do. But last night I interviewed a high school classmate of hers, a 37-year-old Texas
Christine O'Donnell has had her share of problems since winning the nomination for Republican Senate candidate from Delaware last week. Things got even worse Monday when a government watchdog called for O'Donnell to be prosecuted. Citizens for
Were these "standard IT issues," as a former Bush spokesman claims -- or an attempt to obstruct justice? The fact that the Bush administration's senior officials routinely used personal email accounts to avoid leaving records convinces me we'd be