Andrew Intrater, money manager to Russian Viktor Vekselberg, gave $56,100 to committees tied to Rep.-elect George Devolder-Santos, who called Ukraine “totalitarian.”
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Mark Handel was a politically connected L.A. property developer but what few knew was he was also moonlighting as Khan Tusion—one of the most notorious figures in hardcore porn.
And another consultant is awaiting trial for allegedly threatening someone with an AR-15.
Superfeed Technologies, a company with Trumpworld ties that once retained Kari Lake as an adviser, appears to have provided unreported free services to GOP candidates.
Officials say dozens were killed at a Halloween party in Seoul’s trendy Itaewon district, and a further 150 people injured after a stampede.
Joe Kent, who repeatedly misidentified his employer in disclosure forms, did no work for his six-figure pay, according to his former campaign manager.
After a Daily Beast report on Joe Kent’s mystery job, the Republican House contender is changing his story—and his public filings.
Joe Kent, a Trump-backed House contender in Washington state, reported making $122,110.36 from a company that does not appear to exist.
Cicely “CC” Davis has passed at least $35,475 from her campaign coffers to a company belonging to her husband.
The DOJ’s KleptoCapture unit cuffed Helena Bonham Carter’s distant cousin Tuesday for his alleged services to Oleg Deripaska.