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?
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.
Rep. Chris Collins has at least $3 million invested with Buffalo developer Nick Sinatra. Now he is pushing Sinatra’s brother for a federal judgeship.
California Governor Jerry Brown is sold to the public as a climate visionary. But is this the whole truth?
Hedge funds behind the austerity-driven humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico are also fueling climate change with equity investments in fossil fuel companies whose emissions supercharged the hurricanes that devastated the island.
An unknown company with two employees was awarded $300 million to restore Puerto Rico’s power grid. Is it because of its ties to Zinke, Perry, and Trump?
One of the biggest speculators on Puerto Rico’s debt remained unknown until last week. Here’s an inside account of how the Baupost Group was exposed.
The protest at Delaware North headquarters highlighted Jeremy Jacobs’ ties to ICE in Buffalo. But the Delaware North empire stretches far beyond western New York.
Kathleen Brown, the governor’s sister, has made $1.1 million as Sempra Energy director since 2013. The governor has apparently taken no steps to manage the conflict of interest.
Rep. Chris Collins, a Donald Trump ally under investigation by the Office of Congressional Ethics, loses millions as Innate Immunotherapeutics’ Stock Collapses.
Members of the Buffalo’s power elite are being questioned over their investments in Innate Immunotherapeutics, the Australian pharmaceutical company where Rep. Chris Collins is the top shareholder.
St. Louis LittleSis users are at it again! This time their map profiles five mayoral candidates, highlighting donors to their campaigns. Because Mayor Slay, the would-be incumbent, has stepped aside, this race marks a turning point in St. Louis history and policy. Get to know the developers, police boards, and business executives that are influencing …