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  • Records: Hastert judge gave money to ex-speaker's campaign

    Records: Hastert judge gave money to ex-speaker's campaign
    Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert is set to make his first court appearance in his hush-money case on Thursday, when he is expected to enter a plea before a federal judge who previously donated $1,500 to the then-Illinois congressman's re-election campaign.
  • Clinton camp says presidential bid will 'officially' launch June 13

    On April 13, the Hillary Clinton campaign hand-delivered her Statement of Candidacy to the Federal Election Commission. A day earlier she released a video in which she said: "I'm running for president." Based on the headlines that followed ("Hillary...

    Records: Hastert judge gave money to ex-speaker's campaign

    Federal records indicate the judge overseeing the hush-money case of former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert donated $1,500 to the then-Illinois congressman's re-election campaigns. Federal Election Commission records show Thomas M. Durkin gave $500...

    Group seeks to break 'two-party stranglehold' on presidential debates

    WASHINGTON Presidential debates, by now, are beloved for bringing us GIFs of delightful uneasiness, of (mostly male) figures of power stumped or gaffing or tripping up on words. But the reason we have these forums is educational: to help undecided...

    Campaign finance law: America's unfunny joke

    These days, every presidential candidate must have a slush fund. Can you match the following candidates -- Jeb Bush, Martin O'Malley and Scott Walker -- with their personal super PAC or 527 group? The choices are: O'Say Can You See, Right to Rise and...