Public records reveal additional details about top political appointee Timothy Williams' meeting with his former employer, the Koch-backed group Americans for Prosperity.
States like Colorado have polarized—but productive—legislatures. Term limits and relatively weak lobbying interests help explain the phenomenon.
Rather than list the bird as an endangered species, the Obama administration struck a compromise deal with energy companies—and now Trump is undoing it.
Americans across the political spectrum are longing for change in health care but are worried about what changes might mean.
A brief rundown of the scandals that dogged the EPA administrator in the months leading up to his resignation.
The president forced these lobbyists not to lobby as a part of taking office, but they're getting back to work using techniques that vary from the bureaucratic to the audacious.
A Lobbying group in Illinois is weakening regulations from the Army Corps of Engineers that prevents towns from building levees that harm their neighbors.
Public records show that industry groups and conservative politicians have had the ear of top Department of the Interior officials as they seek to dismantle conservation protections for the imperiled species.
The calendar of the head of the Office of Management and Budget shows that he has met with business interests from a wide variety of industries.
It's an alarmist, politically driven catchphrase. And, from a scientific perspective, it has little credibility.
Rinat Akhmetshin once worked for military intelligence in the former Soviet Union. He says he's long retired from that work, but some American officials suspect he still has ties to Russian intelligence.
New rules that go into effect in May could prevent scientists from discussing their work with Parliament, public-health researchers say.
An open application to the university’s Impact Challenge.
Traditional colleges and universities have become unlikely allies of the beleaguered for-profit industry as each group tries to fend off the government’s push for more accountability.
A new analysis of sugar-industry documents finds companies worked with U.S. government researchers to soften recommendations against eating too much sugar.