Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) unloaded on Democrats Thursday amid renewed chatter about nixing the legislative filibuster if they win back the majority in November.McConnell, speaking from the Sena
A cadre of Senate Democrats are already in talks to abolish the filibuster provided former Vice President Joe Biden wins the November general election and their party secures a majority in the chamber.
The Senate Ethics Committee found no evidence of wrongdoing by Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler of Georgia after investigating stock trades she made weeks before the coronavirus caused markets to plunge. Loeffler received a letter from the committee Tuesday, saying it has dismissed its inquiry into complaints alleging insider-trading by the
The Senate Ethics Committee found no evidence of wrongdoing by Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler of Georgia after investigating stock trades she made weeks before the coronavirus caused markets to plunge.
The Senate Ethics Committee dropped its inquiry into controversial stock trades GOP Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler made at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Senate Ethics Committee announced on Tuesday that it is dismissing two insider trading complaints against Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.).The panel,
The controversy has undermined her campaign to stay in the Senate.
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Zoom Video execs have already sold more company stock in June than at any other point this year, generating $119 million for just 7 insiders. Zoom Video company director Carl Eschenbach unloaded more stock than any other insider this month. The Sequoia Capital partner sold almost 381,000 shares for an average price of $214.29 in the first week of June — a cool $81.6 million. Four more directors at the video comms darling joined in. On June 19, Santiago Subotovsky sold 73,168 shares for $240.60...
According to a new report from The Daily Beast, President Trump’s then acting-chief of staff Mick Mulvaney unloaded hundreds of thousands of dollars of stocks as the coronavirus pandemic began to tank the stock market back in March. Mulvaney “sold between $215,000 and $550,000 in holdings in three mutual funds on March 4, according to ethics paperwork he [