The FEC announced today that it will fine three dark money groups related to the Koch brothers a total of $233,000 for concealing the sources of funds spent on political ads in 2010.Continue reading
An organization affiliated with the Koch brothers’ network appears to be behind a majority of the recent anti-net neutrality comments filed with the Federal Communications Commission.Continue reading
As the White House released long-sought documents on the Benghazi affair and Republican lawmakers have renewed their criticism of the Obama administration's handling of it, three big Republican groups have all produced videos on the episode that led to the ...Continue reading
(Updated Feb. 8, 5:52 p.m.)
<p>The <a href="http://www.committeeforisrael.com/">Emergency Committee for Israel</a> has launched a new ad campaign to oppose former Sen. Chuck Hagel's nomination for secretary of defense, after the ...
(Updated Feb. 6, 11 a.m.) Outside groups have spent at least $212,000 on television advertisements aimed at torpedoing former Sen. Chuck Hagel, President Obama's controversial nominee to head the Pentagon, with a Senate Armed Services Committee vote on ...Continue reading
When is an advertisement an election ad? The FEC considered that question Thursday at a hearing, and despite a lot of partisan disagreement, came up with one definitive answer: An ad that uses the term "Obamacare," an initially derogatory ... Continue reading