Another healthcare con job: A powerful lobbyist convinced a federal agency that doctors can be forced to pay fees on money that health insurers owe them.
The recent transformation of Georgia's election laws explicitly enabled citizens to file unlimited challenges to other voters’ registrations. Handling of some of those challenges may clash with federal law.
A mysterious network called AdStyle is placing ads with fake endorsements from celebrities like Oprah Winfrey and Elon Musk on conservative sites based in the U.S. and abroad.
People—like Supreme Court Justices—who have things to hide, like expensive gifts from billionaires with business before the court, really don't like being exposed.
Slavery was a form of mass commerce. It made select white families so wealthy and powerful that their surnames still form a sort of social aristocracy in places like Charleston.
As many as five House seats could flip in 2024 after the Allen v. Milligan ruling, in which the Supreme Court upheld a key provision of the Voting Rights Act.
Ryan Busse once worked for a major gun-maker. He now warns about the danger of growing radicalization in the industry.
Beers family members built a “conglomerate” by selling a Christian alternative to traditional health insurance. They’re now scrambling for cash, even though they received millions in PPP loans that were later forgiven.
Clarence Thomas explained why he did not disclose lavish travel provided by billionaire Harlan Crow. But legal experts maintain the justice was required to make these disclosures.
For over 20 years, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has been treated to luxury vacations and travel by billionaire Republican donor Harlan Crow. None of which have been disclosed by Thomas.
Internal documents and former company executives reveal how Cigna doctors reject patients’ claims without opening their files.
In previously unreported videos from a closed-door Teneo Network conference, Florida's Republican governor takes his anti-big tech rhetoric beyond what he has said publicly.