A newly released study hammered the Department of Veterans Affairs for spending a fraction of its budget on new doctors while devoting millions to lawyers and public affairs officials – as thousands of veterans were waiting for care.
This is a story about flags, coins, congressional spending bills and a tunnel. But sometimes there’s more than meets the eye behind what appears to be a rather innocuous series of seemingly non-related events.
More than half of the record spending on negative advertising during the 2016 presidential primary has been directed at a single candidate, Mr. Trump.
After spending the last month bad-mouthing Donald Trump, Mitt Romney is officially putting his support behind rival candidate Sen. Ted Cruz.
Insults aside, the 2016 Republican presidential contenders are spending their final hours before Super Tuesday with dueling agendas: if you’re Donald Trump, it’s a final push to “put this thing away” — and if you’re Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, it’s doing all you can to live to fight another day.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is getting an assist from a Republican super PAC founded by a top strategist to former President George W. Bush.American Crossroads is spending about $40,000 on an online advertisement that likens Sanders opponent Hillary…
Here’s how Clinton and Sanders are spending their final days before the Caucus.