"… 7 million on political advertisements, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission. That makes it the largest Democratic-aligned dark money operation in the …"
"… ax code. However, thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission ruling in 2010, they are free to spend huge amounts of money advocating fo …"
"… ly known. But a Center for Public Integrity review of Department of Labor, Federal Election Commission and Internal Revenue Service filings shows that 13 contributors have combi …"
"… counsel would be worse than leaving the position vacant," said former FEC Chairman Dave Mason, who served on the commission from 1998 to 2008 and is now a se …"
"… hree days after the in-person meeting, according to records filed with the Federal Election Commission. Donors — including corporations and unions — may give unlimited amou …"
"… th Carolina. In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision, the electoral influence of the ultra-rich has expanded, and the …"
"… n pace to exceed that mark. …"
"… il Monday to submit mandatory first quarter lobbying disclosure reports to Congress. The NRA and its affiliate spent nearly $3 million on federal-level lobby …"
"… ton, D.C., audience. The nonprofit, headed by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Tom Menino, paid $100,000 to run the spot on CBS aff …"
"… s, Mayors Against Illegal Guns also sponsored an ad. That message featured Bloomberg and Menino touting their citie's NFL teams as well as the need for "common …"
"… for "common sense reforms" to "keep guns out of the hands of criminals." Bloomberg and Menino launched Mayors Against Illegal Guns in 2007, and the coalition …"
"… costing $500,000: “Greed Agenda” and “Tycoons.” The ads, which the Center for Public Integrity wrote about about the time, accused the Koch brothers of “buying this ye …"
"… d blogs (but unlike Sarah Palin, I'm unable to read them all). I also love social media sites like Facebook, Reddit and Twitter — they help get a sense of what …"
"… equally well across all devices, and good ones spread like wildfire across social media. I try to add humor to my cartoons, because I find it has a disarming qual …"
"… work,” said ICIJ director Gerard Ryle, the group’s first non-American director. “We are acknowledging journalists whose work often places them in great …"
"… ingful impact and exposes the truth.”William E. Buzenberg, the executive director of the Center for Public Integrity said, “I’m delighted to announce th …"
"… were made by a distinguished international panel of judges:Sheila Coronel, director, Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism, Columbia University; former …"
"… Center for Investigative Journalism, Columbia University; former executive director, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism.Manny Garcia, executive ed …"
"… lled a “culture of hostility” and intimidation. In December 2006, the Iowa Republican tried to change that by pushing through a law expanding the IRS …"
"… payments to overseas governments.JPMorgan pays $153.6 million settlement - JPMorgan Chase & Co. agreed to pay $153.6 million to settle charges that it misled bu …"
"… ntment. …"
"… ptional cross-border investigative reporting,” said Acting ICIJ Director Bill Kovach. “It is an opportunity to call to wider public attention the dedication …"
"… ax security that a contractor was able in 2008 to download the pension and Social Security numbers of 1,300 Americans to an unsecured electronic thumb drive that was …"
"… technology platform, a red flag for a corporation trusted with protecting Social Security numbers, personal account balances, and proprietary actuarial data from pe …"
"… mployee for a PBGC contractor stored unauthorized pension account data and Social Security numbers for 1,300 Americans on the above thumb drive, which was found on t …"
"… . The worker popped the thumb drive into a computer, and discovered it had Social Security numbers, account details from PBGC-protected pensions, and actuarial data …"