Who's on the case when it comes to the flat tax?
Success can be built on a strong relationship between a lobbyist and a single, powerful lawmaker.
Some of the immediate causes of Jack Abramoff's troubles were some Indian elections that went bad for him.
With Jack Abramoff under indictment, a number of readers have suggested that now he might flip and try to offer the feds some figures higher up the food-chain.
We all know how powerful the web can be for raising political money. Well, if you're game, the Duke Cunningham Legal Defense Fund is apparently ready to accept your donation.
That D.C. grand jury investigation of Abramoff can't go on forever. Eventually the lawyers at the Public Integrity Section will go to their bosses with some decisions about just who they want to indict. That's when Al Gonzales will have to show his cards.