Companies don't want to miss out on the 2020 race.
Karine Jean-Pierre's new memoir explores today's politics and asks what it can do about income equality.
With more and more people donating to campaigns online, there’s more competition for who gets a slice of the fees attached to those donations.
The presidential race isn't the only important one to donors.
The street gives a lot of money to candidates, but what does it really get in return?
Google's Political Action Committee has spent $1.43 million on political donations so far this year, more than Goldman Sachs. Why is the tech giant shelling out and where does the money go?