Protesters demonstrate in support of former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on January 24th, 2018.
Agents from the Little Rock, Arkansas, field office are looking into whether any donations to the Clinton Foundation were made in exchange for political favors while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.
Protesters hold a European Union flag during an anti-government and corruption protest in Bucharest on December 3rd, 2017.
Behind the devastating crime rates in the region lies an insidious network of political collaboration with violent gangs like MS-13.
For decades, Puerto Rico had been suffering the slow but certain violence of modern colonial capitalism.
The search warrant was not yet supposed to be released, and was only made public this week due to an error.
An activist holds up a flare during a protest in front of Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev on July 11th, 2017, demanding the removal of immunity for deputies.
The structure of the military means that when people high up in the chain of command aren’t held responsible for the crimes they commit, that message will quickly ripple down the ranks.
It may well be that leadership requires some unsavory arm-twisting and palm-greasing.
New research from Germany finds that public servants are more likely to accept bribes if their income is lower than that of the citizen doing the bribing.
A new professional class of movers and shakers—people who serve overlapping roles in government, business, and media with smiling finesse—is controlling the flow of power and money in America. The anthropologist Janine Wedel is bent on making us understand just how dangerous this new normal can be.
Global Witness, the London-based resource watchdog, thinks so.
In some places, nearly 15 percent of monthly income goes to greasing palms.
In 1896, William Randolph Hearst unleashed his pit-bull ace reporter, Ambrose Bierce, in the nation’s capital to expose the Railroad robber baron's grip on California’s Legislature. Reforms happened. The state was returned to its people. Trouble is, some of those fixes are bringing California to its knees.