Clinton said she'd like to see the U.S. offer more support for Ukraine securing its borders.
The two jousted during a rare joint appearance before a Senate panel.
In a 6-0 decision, the commission allowed a committee to accept up to $100 worth of bitcoins.
Former Rep. Trey Radel (R-Fla.) refunded more than $63,000 to campaign donors after pleading guilty...
"Is this just supposed to be a money war?" she asked.
Environmental groups said the ruling puts the Supreme Court on the side of coal executives.
Thanks to the high court ruling, lobbyists can no longer tell candidates they’ve “maxed out.”
Justices in a 5-4 decision overturned aggregate limits on campaign donations.
The protester secretly filmed in the Supreme Court tells his story to The Hill.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) and campaign finance reform groups pulled their lawsuit after the...
Treasury's move to limit nonprofit groups is unlikely to drive big donors out into the open.
Total spending during the 2008 election was up 80% from 2004, the FEC announced yesterday. In sum,...
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has vowed to schedule a vote on the contsitutional...
The majority leader gave rare testimony before a Senate committee.
Dems face tens of millions of dollars worth of attack ads from conservative groups.
Members of the Federal Election Commissioners are lashing back at campaign finance decision.
Justice Roberts said limits "intrude without justification" on the First Amendment.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said the Supreme Court decision to lift caps on political contributions...
The Speaker says decision means freedom of speech is being upheld.
Campaign money was allegedly spent on presents for supporters.
Liberal groups are endorsing a new bill that would provide matching funds for small donors.
Groups pushing forced disclosure of political spending said the SEC has taken a "step back."
The president secretly attended a super-PAC fundraiser, according to Double Down.
As Court watchers eagerly await the latest decision on campaign finance in a case called Citizens...