Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay was sentenced Monday to three years in prison after his November conviction on money laundering and conspiracy charges in the illegal funneling of corporate cash to Texas political candidates in 2002.
A nonpartisan government watchdog group has fired the latest salvo against Christine O'Donnell, the Republican's newly-minted Senate nominee for Delaware, calling her a "crook" and accusing her of tax evasion and embezzling campaign funds.
A government-watchdog group has fired the latest salvo against Christine O'Donnell, the Republicans' newly minted U.S. Senate nominee in Delaware, calling her a "crook" and accusing her of embezzling campaign funds and evading taxes.
Rep. Maxine Waters has turned political endorsements into a family business, using federal election laws to charge California candidates and political causes to include their names as her personal picks on a sample ballot, or "slate mailer," she sends to as many as 200,000 South Central Los Angeles voters, records show.
House investigators will charge senior Rep. Charles B. Rangel with ethics violations, setting the stage for an unpleasant battle that could haunt Democrats as they prepare to face voters in November.
A public-watchdog group is taking aim at the discounts that various drug companies offer physician health-care groups, saying they hurt both the market and the consumers of these medical products.