Readers likely have never heard of him, but — unfortunately for him — he was at the center of building the Clinton Presidential Library Center
Sixteen individuals who want to succeed disgraced Eric Schneiderman should say if they will prosecute the charity frauds
The ethically crippled 2016 Democratic presidential nominee is the last person who should be considered to succeed Eric Schneiderman
Evidence that's long been public points to many fraudulent activities by Bill and Hillary's charities — so where are the indictments?
Documents show years of failure to file required records, with no official approval to change the organization's declared purpose
Federal and many state laws bar solicitations before being certified, but that didn't stop two former presidents from raking in the bucks
Millions of dollars were solicited and received before this Hurricane Katrina charity even existed and much of it has never been properly explained
Comparing public filings, news releases and donor claims reveals multiple questions about what happened to huge chunks of money intended to help hurricane victims
'Follow the money' is good advice for uncovering political corruption, and it's just as applicable in exposing charity fraud
A grant went to the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund, but the group had an office address in Washington, D.C. What happened to the cash?
New Hampshire, for example, bars members of a family from controlling nonprofits and requires at least five directors with overall authority
Most famous family from Arkansas is behind a second extremely lucrative foundation that's unknown to everyone besides donors and the IRS
Filing mandatory annual reports months late and failing to disclose required details about grants and spending are just two of many signs
Telling the federal government one thing and officials in state capitals something entirely different about foreign contributions doesn't work
Homeland of the Northmen now suffers much as Americans do from politicians and elitists who put themselves before the public interest