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Topic - George Soros
New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio's new crime-fighting plan will include advice from criminals and ex-convicts, dozens of whom were given the opportunity to voice their recommendations during a political event in Manhattan on Thursday.
A group that coordinated health care messaging among scores of top Obamacare advocates repeatedly pushed the false Democratic promise that all Americans could keep their health insurance plans and doctors under the law and continued to do so as late as last year.
Amnesty bill a power grab by well-heeled special interests
Billionaire financier George Soros has signed on to be a co-chair of the national finance council for Ready for Hillary, the super PAC created to help Hillary Clinton win the presidency in 2016, should she choose to run.
Liberal activist and billionaire investor George Soros tied the knot with health care and education consultant Tamiko Bolton in his third marriage on Saturday afternoon.
Now, even the president's men don't like his Syria policy.
Shipping magnate Paul Soros, the older brother of billionaire financier George Soros, died in New York City on Saturday "after a long bout with a host of illnesses," his son Peter Soros confirmed. He was 87.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is cashing checks from all sorts of unlikely places, from George Soros' hedge fund executives to professors at the University of California at Berkeley, a Newark Star-Ledger review of state and federal records found.
Like a deal with the devil, accepting money from the federal government comes with strings. Whether it be the National Collegiate Athletic Association or the National Endowment for the Arts or organizations in between, accepting taxpayer dollars necessarily means abiding by terms and conditions set by Congress.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is to the Second Amendment what billionaire investor George Soros is to the free market: A resounding death knell.
In his first term President Obama was criticized for trash-talking the 1-percenters while enjoying the aristocracy of Martha's Vineyard and the nation's most exclusive golf courses.
The saucy melodrama between billionaire financier George Soros and his decades-younger ex-girlfriend is expected to continue for another season.
President Obama's supposed grassroots group, Organizing for America, is actually anything but, as invitations for the group's private unveiling event last week revealed its ties to big business, big political donors, and even wealthy philanthropist George Soros.
George Soros said at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that the West ought to end its war against drugs because jailing violators would save money. The investor said that policymakers should accomplish this through "trial and error."
Alarmed at the very real prospect of Mitt Romney becoming the 45th president of the United States, radical philanthropist George Soros has forsaken his oft-repeated vow to quit electoral politics.
Bloomberg created Independence USA PAC in late 2012 to "support candidates and causes that will help protect Americans from the scourge of gun violence, improve our schools, and advance our freedoms," he said, on the PAC website.
Recall Soros, in 2009, when he announced a $50 million campaign, complete with creation of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, to reform teachings about the economy so that the free market was painted as a failed experiment.