Former top Cuomo aide Melissa DeRosa’s new memoir tries to rewrite the details of New York governor’s nursing home scandal.
Fani Willis is using headline-grabbing RICO cases to boost her national image as a liberal crusader. In Fulton County, Georgia, her critics tell a different story.
Leo’s dark money network has spent $18 million opposing the campaign to enshrine abortion rights in Ohio’s constitution.
Weapons and tech interests are skirting advertising rules and using Washington, D.C.’s subway system to influence policymakers.
As conversations on the global debt crisis heat up, activists push New York State lawmakers to take on exploitative private creditors.
Cincinnati voters will soon decide on whether to sell their publicly owned railroad to Norfolk Southern, the corporation behind the East Palestine derailment disaster.
Plus California starts union leaders young, artists catch a break, and the government beefs up consumer protection
Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoes driverless truck safety bill after autonomous vehicle interests spent big on lobbying and wined and dined his top aides.
Exclusive: A watchdog group finds that lobbyists in California are working for both the culprits of climate change and its victims.
Driverless taxi companies Cruise and Waymo wined and dined officials and landed a plum regulatory appointment before they scored free rein on San Francisco’s streets.