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Democrats are seizing on the fallout from donors distancing themselves from Republicans, with lawmakers and advocacy groups saying it's a rare opportunity to change fundraising... [Read More]
Republicans are scrambling to contain the fallout as major donors freeze political contributions and distance themselves from lawmakers who voted to overturn the Electoral College... [Read More]
President-elect Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion plan to provide economic relief during the coronavirus pandemic was largely welcomed by the business community that has been a... [Read More]
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The leading hotel trade group is offering properties to President-elect Biden's transition team for use as COVID-19 vaccine administration sites across the country. ... [Read More]
Major labor unions on Wednesday urged Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and incoming Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) to provide $1 trillion in emergency funding... [Read More]
The top Democrat on Facebook's policy team, who is a former chief of staff to Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), has left the social media company. [Read More]
The Republican Party is at a crossroads as it faces a future without President Trump, who has suddenly become an enormous drag on his party... [Read More]
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the powerful pro-business lobbying group, said Tuesday it will halt political contributions to certain lawmakers following the deadly riot at the... [Read More]
For now-former Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, last week's deadly riot in the Capitol by Trump supporters hit too close to home. [Read More]
A growing list of companies are cutting off donations to politicians who opposed the Electoral College results, targeting the 147 Republican members of the House... [Read More]
Parker Poling, who served as executive director of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) during the House GOP's better-than-expected 2020 elections, is leaving her post... [Read More]
A wave of corporations on Monday said they would cut off donations to any politicians who opposed the Electoral College results, putting new pressure on... [Read More]
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