Sen. Chuck Grassley follows up a BuzzFeed News investigation with a strongly worded letter.
How a federal agent got away with terrorizing his Brazilian ex-girlfriend — even as she repeatedly begged the US government to stop him.
In a letter sent April 3, the chairman of the House Committee on Financial Services instructed the Treasury Department to decline FOIA requests relating to communications between the two offices.
At his Wednesday press conference, the president-elect said, "As a real estate developer I have very, very little debt." But his real estate companies owe hundreds of millions of dollars, much of it to foreign banks.
Major development in dispute over Donald Trump's conflicts of interest: The government agency that leases a taxpayer-owned landmark for Trump's Washington, DC, hotel has told lawmakers that the president-elect will be in breach of the contract unless he relinquishes his ownership interest. Updated: This story was updated to include a statement by a GSA spokesperson.
The government’s consumer finance watchdog has subpoenaed prison banker JPay Inc., which charges steep fees to transfer money from inmates’ families into their prison accounts. New York City’s public advocate wants to cap those fees, which burden poor families seeking to buy toiletries and other basic needs for locked-up relatives.
After The Associated Press reported that Melania Trump worked illegally in the country when she first moved here, many Trump supporters in North Carolina said the story was a distraction from real issues — like illegal immigration.
The pitchforks and torches are staying in the shed.
Trump, they say, “finally put it all together.”
“I just hate Hillary” was the common refrain at a Florida rally, one day after several women came forward to accuse Trump of sexually assaulting them.
The fancy golf club was hemorrhaging money, but Trump had a plan. That's when things got really bad.
BuzzFeed News filed court motions seeking the release of the videos. In it, Trump implied he planned to call Mexicans "rapists" when he announced his run for president.
Amazon lists suits from Trump's clothing line as both "Imported" and "Made in the USA." BuzzFeed News found out how the claims measure up.
A Trump financial analyst testified that one of the candidate's company's kept an internal set of numbers. "And then there are other projections where, you know, we're pitching to a lender or an equity source, where it's rosier," the analyst said in a deposition obtained by BuzzFeed News.
UPDATED: A judge rejected efforts by Trump's legal team to withhold testimony suggesting one of his companies kept two sets of financial projections — one for internal use, and a “heightened” one for other purposes — after BuzzFeed News filed a court action asking the court to release the statements.
A key document obtained by BuzzFeed News shows how the GOP nominee took control of a taxpayer-owned landmark near the White House with only a $2.4 million equity investment. He also gave more than 22% of the project to his children Ivanka, Donald Jr., and Eric.
Employees at a textile factory that made Trump shirts report dangerous, abusive conditions — harsh even for Honduras.
Overlooking terrorism that killed Americans, including the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Donald Trump sought investment partnerships with Muammar al-Qaddafi and the Libyan regime. He rented his Westchester estate to the dictator, tried to set up a face-to-face meeting, and took the Libyan ambassador golfing.
The Republican candidate said in February that the Saudis "blew up the World Trade Center." But while running for president, he formed companies apparently related to a possible hotel development in the oil-rich kingdom, his latest financial disclosure filings reveal. They also show he created nearly 40 other companies.
“The Trump people said all the right things,” said a former member of his team. “He never intended to stick with it. He thought, 'Well, let’s get to the next phase and then we’ll do what we want to do.'” A BuzzFeed News Investigation.
Warren Buffet addresses allegations that his mobile-home firm, which earned record profits last year, charges minority customers more than whites.
Warren Buffett discloses the mobile-home company he controls made record profits last year while foreclosing on more than 8,000 customers.
Citing a recent investigation by BuzzFeed News, The Seattle Times, and the Center for Public Integrity, the state's governor and lawmakers look for ways to protect people buying mobile homes.
Top Democrats on the House Financial Services Committee say BuzzFeed News/Seattle Times investigation reveals a "disturbing business model" at Buffett's Clayton Homes.
Clayton Homes declined to comment for an article that said it targets racial minorities and charges them extra, but the company has since issued a lengthy statement.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is investigating claims that a debt collector targeting private student loans may be involved in questionable lawsuits against borrowers.