Obama campaign reports more than 350 big bundlers, including Solyndra figures

By Aaron Mehta

41 bundlers round up $500,000 each for Obama's re-election

Energy Dept. ignored warnings on Solyndra, say treasury emails

By Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk

Officials say DOE was warned about refinancing of loan to solar firm Solyndra

Solyndra CEO Brian Harrison resigns

By Matthew Mosk and Ronnie Greene

House hearing will investigate DOE's refinancing of Solyndra loan

How an Obama fundraiser turned Oklahoma into a personal tax haven

By Bill Allison

How George Kaiser turned Oklahoma into his personal tax haven

Fundraiser for Obama urged Solyndra deal from the inside

By Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk

With White House "breathing down my neck," bundler-turned-appointee pushed Solyndra loan

Head of embattled energy loan program, Jonathan Silver, steps down

By Matthew Mosk and Ronnie Greene

Venture capitalist-turned-chief of embattled energy loan program resigns amid Solyndra fallout.

FACT CHECK: Obama no ‘different’ today on taxes

By FactCheck.Org

Premise of American Crossroads anti-Obama ad is inaccurate,

Senator asks LightSquared to release all communications with White House

By Fred Schulte

LightSquared pressured to release all communications with White House

Donor warned Obama that Solyndra 'could haunt him'

By Matthew Mosk and Ronnie Greene

Venture capitalist's email illustrates closeness between administration and campaign bundlers

Solyndra executives refusing to answer bankruptcy questions

By Matthew Mosk and Ronnie Greene

Top officers at failed solar firm Solyndra refuse to co-operate with bankruptcy proceedings

FACT CHECK: Obamas' tax rate not lower than the average teacher's

By FactCheck.Org

From every angle, the Obamas' tax rate was substantially higher than that of a teacher or firefighter

Bundlers on the inside

By Ronnie Greene, Matthew Mosk and Ronnie Greene

Top Obama fundraisers at Energy Department included an overseer of stimulus billions.

Solyndra excutives stonewall Congress

By Matthew Mosk

Officials from failed solar firm Solyndra duck questions about $535M loan

Solyndra told Congress it was 'on track' for success

By Matthew Mosk and Ronnie Greene

A status report of solar firm's finances assured Congress a

Solyndra executives will take the Fifth before Congress

By Matthew Mosk

Top solar firm executives will plead the Fifth before Congress this week

House Republicans scrutinizing decisions benefiting Obama donors

By Fred Schulte

Congressional committee to explore White House role in aiding fundraisers tied to companies such as LightSquared

Administration technology experts slow to see threats from wireless network

By Fred Schulte

Obama technology experts were slow to see threats from LightSquared network

Obama White House warned Solyndra bad for re-election

By Matthew Mosk

White House analysts knew the $535M loan to Solyndra might have bad consequences, and told President Obama about it

GOP demands investigation into LightSquared contacts with White House

By Fred Schulte

GOP raises questions about email traffic between White House and LightSquared as donations were made

Obama administration agreed to Solyndra loan days after insiders foresaw firm's failure

By Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk

White House committed half-billion dollars days after government insiders warned solar firm would 'run out of cash'

Treasury opens new front in Solyndra investigation

By Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk

Inspector general to examine Federal Financing Bank's handling of taxpayer-backed loan

Emails show wireless firm's communications with White House as campaign donations were made

By Fred Schulte and John Aloysius Farrell

Wireless company sought meetings with White House officials as contributions were made

White House kept close tabs on Solyndra loan, internal emails show

By Matthew Mosk and Ronnie Greene

Top officials pushed for half-billion-dollar loan to troubled startup

Missed warning signs: A Solyndra timeline

By Ronnie Greene

From the start, Energy Department pressed ahead with financial boost to now-failed solar startup.

Recurring red flags failed to slow Obama administration's race to help Solyndra

By Ronnie Greene

Benefits kept flowing to politically connected, now-bankrupt firm: Money, low lending rates - and a presidential visit

FACT CHECK: Obama’s Jobs Act ‘bipartisan’? Not entirely

By FactCheck.Org

Obama's jobs plan does have bipartisan support, but also a fair share of detractors

Solyndra investigation expands as agents visit executives’ homes

By Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk

CEO and failed firm's founders questioned by agents on day of raid. Now Democrats are asking questions

Federal agents search headquarters of failed solar firm Solyndra

By Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk

FBI raid comes as scrutiny intensifies in Congress over benefits to politically connected firm

Congressional hearing to focus on Obama administration loan to failed energy firm

By Matthew Mosk and Ronnie Greene

House focuses on government loan to solar firm Solyndra, backed by Obama fundraiser, which won $535 million before going under