Learn how to identify your local elected officials who are taking money from immigrant detention profiteers – so you can hold them accountable.
The same Wall Street interests that are profiting from Trump’s immigration policies are set to schmooze with Steve Bannon, a key architect of Trump’s xenophobic agenda.
As public pressure grows against those profiting from the incarceration of immigrant families, we look at the politicians taking money from these corporations and their executives.
Several prominent Buffalo real estate developers have been quietly bringing in millions of dollars from leases to the agencies executing Trump’s brutal policies at the border.
Corporate profiteers are cashing in off of Trump’s immigrant family incarceration policy. We mapped out them out.
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.
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.
Motel 6 is collaborating with Trump’s deportation machine. The motel chain is owned by Wall Street billionaire – and Trump ally – Stephen Schwarzman.
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?
Trump’s Nominee to the No. 3 Position in the Pentagon is a top Lockheed Martin executive — another victory for the military-industrial complex’s revolving door.
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.
Blackstone Group CEO Stephen Schwarzman has bet billions of dollars on the oil and gas industry, buying interests in drilling fields, fracking companies, major pipeline projects, power plants and export facilities. If Trump continues to make good on his pledge to expand fracking and pipeline infrastructure, Blackstone’s oil and gas bets could prove incredibly lucrative for Schwarzman, whose $425 million 2016 pay package mainly came in the form of stock dividends.