A longtime Trump business partner and “senior adviser” threatens to reveal a vast network of murky relationships.
Author: David Cay Johnston
Donald Trump is paid like a member of the 0.001%. He pays taxes like the 99%. But he’d like to pay like the bottom 50%.
The Trump Administration is moving fast to let fossil fuel companies pollute as much as they want.
As the Senate is preparing to vote, DCReport finds deep financial ties between Donald Trump’s nominee for Commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, and close associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Trump’s inaction on appointments leaves the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission with too few members to get its work done.
Promoting an industry insider to run the agency that oversees power companies, could mean a big boost for utility rates. More coal mining coming, too.
Congress is preparing to give away millions of acres of public land worth hundreds of billions of dollars. The first move, transferring property owned by all Americans to individual states, was quietly adopted by the House in early January as part of a routine internal rules change.
The writing’s on the wall: Donald Trump’s plan to slap Mexican imports with a 20% tariff—and then to use that money to pay for his border wall—makes no economic sense at all. The worst part? Americans will be paying for it with higher prices on food and manufactured goods.