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Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on former FEC employee April Sands and her computer’s missing hard drive.

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  1. The Business of Politics: What Does Your Vote Cost?

    Air travel: $192,678 per hour Hotel Stays : $232,850.63 Coffee: $2,644 Bagels: $944 Pizza: $4,723 An unfortunate bill for an over-indulged, over-spent bachelor's wee...

  2. The Wealthy Behind the Presidential Race

    Individual donors to presidential candidates can contribute up to $2,500 for the state-by-state party nominating contests and another $2,500 for the general election...

  3. Factbox: Spending, fundraising in the presidential race

    The presidential campaigns and "Super PACs" filed their financial reports for this week showing how much they raised and spent this campaign season, as of September ...

  4. Factbox: The wealthy behind the presidential race

    Individual donors to presidential candidates can contribute up to $2,500 for the state-by-state party nominating contests and another $2,500 for the general election...

  5. Democratic donors energize "Super PACs" as election nears

    Democratic donors gave unprecedented amounts of money in September to their party's three main "Super PACs," federal disclosures revealed on Friday, a reflection of ...

  6. Democratic donors energize "Super PACs" as U.S. election nears

    Democratic donors gave unprecedented amounts of money in September to their party's three main "Super PACs," federal disclosures revealed on Friday, a reflection of ...

  7. Corporations and the wealthy funded party conventions

    Companies including Duke Energy, AT&T and Bank of America spent millions of dollars to help stage both the Republican and Democratic conventions, despite restriction...

  8. Despite restrictions, corporations helped with Democratic convention

    Companies including Duke Energy Corp, Bank of America Corp and AT&T Inc spent millions of dollars to help stage last month's Democratic convention, technically compl...

  9. The Wealthy Donors Behind the Presidential Race

    Individual donors to U.S. presidential candidates can contribute up to $2,500 for the state-by-state party nominating contests and another $2,500 for the general ele...

  10. Obama, Romney to Begin Accepting Donations Via Text

    In a election dominated by multimillion-dollar donations, Democratic President Barack Obama's campaign is about to give small donors a new weapon by starting to acce...

  11. Romney, Obama Battle for Cash Advantage

    The Republican Party and presidential candidate Mitt Romney have almost $60 million more in the bank than President Barack Obama and his Democratic Party but campaig...

  12. Political Donations by Text May Soon be a Reality

    Americans moved a step closer to being able to make campaign contributions by text message on Wednesday when the Federal Election Commission approved protections sou...

  1. Independent investigation into IRS needed?

    American Center for Law & Justice Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow on the latest details on the IRS scandal.

  2. New email from Lois Lerner the smoking gun?

    American Center for Law and Justice’s Jay Sekulow weighs in on Lois Lerner, the DOJ and the IRS scandal.

  3. Contempt of Congress vote set for Lois Lerner

    Rep. Jason Chaffetz, (R-Utah), on the investigation into the IRS targeting scandal.

  4. Rep. Issa on the IRS scandal

    Rep. Darrell Issa on the upcoming hearing regarding the IRS scandal.

  5. Using Bitcoin to Donate to Politicians May Soon be Reality

    Come 2014, voters may be able to make Congressional campaign donations using the cyber currency bitcoin.Last week, the Conservative Action Fund PAC asked the Federal...

  6. Inside Look: The Genesis of IRS Political Pressure

    The 2010 Congressional midterm elections were approaching. Attacks on the Tea Party and groups calling for less government spending and taxation were in full swing.P...

  7. Carnival Cruisers Out of Luck with Lawsuit

    FOX News legal analyst Lis Wiehl and Deirdre Imus discuss efforts to sue the cruise line.

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