Teachers are striking against an agenda of austerity and privatization. We look at the billionaires and corporate forces that created the crisis that teachers are responding to.
North Carolina teachers are taking a stand against austerity and privatization. These are the corporate forces they are up against.
Andrew Cuomo is trying to position himself as a progressive leader on the environment and climate issues. So why is he headlining a gala bankrolled by the fossil fuel industry?
A year ago we revamped our news site, Eyes on the Ties. Here are some of our most read posts over the past year.
Fossil fuel lobbyist Michael McKenna was the head of Donald Trump’s energy department transition team. Now he’s lobbying FERC – which sits in that same department – on behalf of Competitive Power Ventures.
Our new report finds that Competitive Power Ventures drastically increased its lobbying efforts as the corruption scandal of Joseph Percoco hung over Albany, potentially threatening CPV’s Valley Energy fracked gas power plant.
Franklin C. Miller advises Trump on his hawkish nuclear policy. But many don’t know that Miller has profited directly from the nuclear industrial complex.
Nick Sinatra owes at least $827,382.80 on 42 properties in Erie County. He has received nearly $1.5 million in public subsidies.
A top FERC lawyer has joined a powerhouse oil and gas lobbying firm, ensuring that the revolving door between the federal regulatory agency and the fossil fuel industry continues.
A fracking wastewater plant backed by billionaire Terry Pegula has gone on the offensive, using racially inflammatory language to attack its opponents in the Seneca Nation.
Carlyle Group has performed a classic corporate raid on Philadelphia Energy Solutions. Will the private equity firm also succeed in avoiding millions in state and federal taxes connected to this?
A regulator-turned-Exelon-lobbyist bragged at an energy conference last year about how Exelon’s lobbying investment translated into nearly $6 billion in public subsidies.
Some have said the Pilgrim Pipeline is dead. But it just hired three new lobbyists in New Jersey.