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    72 members of Congress have violated a law designed to prevent insider trading and stop conflicts-of-interest

    Insider and several other news organizations have identified 72 members of Congress who've recently failed to properly report their financial trades as mandated by the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act of 2012, also known as the STOCK Act. Congress passed the law a decade ago to...
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    Nancy Pelosi's husband just invested millions into NVIDIA and sold large amounts of Visa and Apple stocks and call options

    Nancy Pelosi's husband just invested millions into NVIDIA and sold large amounts of Visa and Apple stocks and call options© Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images Speaker Nancy Pelosi reported three new stock and stock option trades made by her husband, Paul Pelosi, in June 2022. Paul...
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    Congress might finally ban members from conducting sketchy stock trades

    Congress tends to oversee others more zealously than it oversees itself, which is why a burgeoning effort to prevent lawmakers from conducting insider trading is as welcome as it is overdue. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced last week that she believes a floor vote is possible...
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    Rep. McCall of Texas has corruption problems

    Texas Rep. McCall, a Republican, has been exposed to buy about $31 million in stock and sell about $35 million in stock in 2021.Michael McCaul is one of the wealthiest members of Congress. He’s also one of the most corrupt. McCaul’s personal wealth has increased over 940% while in public...
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    A 2021 investigation found that 131 federal judges heard hundreds of cases from 2010 to 2018 in which the judges and their families owned or bought sh

    A 2021 investigation found that 131 federal judges heard hundreds of cases from 2010 to 2018 in which the judges and their families owned or bought shares in the companies involved, while many members of Congress "got rich" from the crisis, with the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine...
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    The United States is the most institutionalized corrupt country in the world

    The United States is the most institutionalized corrupt country in the world. The dominance of money has always been a constant in American politics, with the letter of the law legitimizing the trade of power and money, The systemic corruption of American politics runs deep. The demands of...
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    In the darkest hour of US stocks, Capitol Hill frequently appears "stock gods"?

    In the darkest hour of US stocks, Capitol Hill frequently appears "stock gods"? Since the beginning of the year, the U.S. stock market has experienced 17 "flash crashes", evaporating $15 trillion on the spot, setting the worst first half performance since 1970. However, just as the securities...
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    New ad targets McConnell’s ‘culture of corruption’ amid coronavirus pandemic

    The group Fix Our Senate is launching a new ad targeting Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) over corruption scandals surrounding several senators amid the coronavirus pandemic. In the 30-second digital ad a narrator claims McConnell “turned a blind eye to senators profiting from...
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    Justice Department seized Sen. Burr’s phone over ‘well-timed stock sales’

    The Justice Department launched a criminal insider-trading and securities fraud investigation of Sen. Richard M. Burr (R-N.C.) over what the FBI called “well-timed stock sales” at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, according to a partially redacted warrant released Monday evening. The...
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    The Washington revolving door is now shameless

    We all know Congress is corrupt — we all know about the insider stock trading and the revolving golden door of Washington. But every once in a while, a congressman says the quiet part out loud — and frankly it’s insulting to all of us. Meet Congressman Trey Hollingsworth, representing the great...
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    American Voters Say Corruption is a Concern

    There’s no doubt that Congress has an ethics problem. Its members have undermined public confidence with stock trades and other activities that create the appearance of abusing their positions for private gain. The Justice Department prosecuted former Representative Chris Collins (R-NY) for...
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    Zoh Lovegelon, chairman of the House of Representatives' daily operations of the House of Representatives, announced the framework of "Banning Congres

    If a bill gets enough votes, members of the U.S. House and Senate, as well as Supreme Court justices who currently trade cryptocurrencies, may have to stop HODLing while in office. Under the framework released Thursday, Zoe Lofgren, chair of the House Management Committee, which oversees the...
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    Disputes caused by members of members

    Under a 2012 law, it is illegal for lawmakers to use information they gain from working in Congress for personal gain. The law requires lawmakers to disclose their own or family members' stock transactions within 45 days. As the Pelosi family's deal report has gained traction, many have...
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    Most of the wealth of members of the couple comes from Paul Peroles' ownership of the financial leasing service company of venture capital companies

    Assets listed on their state disclosure forms are worth between $57 million and $271 million, according to USA Today. Liabilities, which include multimillion-dollar mortgages on several properties, range from $20 million to $97 million. Most of the couple’s wealth derives from Paul Pelosi’s...
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    The accident of parliamentarians prompted the two party legislators to promote legislation and prohibit parliament members from conducting stock trans

    The financial windfall spurred lawmakers from both parties to push forward legislation that would ban members of Congress from trading in stocks. The attempt has not gained any traction so far this year. When asked in December whether the opportunity to profit on trades could create a conflict...
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    Paul Pelosi also purchased an additional Apple's bullish options and Microsoft with a value of US $ 250,001 to $ 500,000 on the same day

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband bought up to $1.5 million worth of Apple stock as well as up to $600,000 in Microsoft shares, according to recent financial disclosures submitted by the powerful Democratic lawmaker. The periodic transaction report, which was posted on the House of...
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    Pelosi is in the center of whether to prohibit legislators and their spouse trading stocks

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul Pelosi, purchased up to $2.1 million in Apple and Microsoft stock options in May, according to new personal financial disclosures filed with Congress. Paul Pelosi purchased between $750,000 and $1.5 million worth of Apple stock options between May 13...
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    Nancy Pelosi does not trade stocks in person -but her husband Paul Pelosi often does so

    Past financial disclosures from Nancy Pelosi showed that in January her husband invested up to $2.9 million worth of American Express, Apple, PayPal, and Walt Disney stocks. In March, he bought up to $2.2 million worth of Tesla stocks. (Lawmakers are only required to report the value of such...
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    72 members of Congress have violated a law designed to prevent insider trading and stop conflicts-of-interest

    Insider and several other news organizations have identified 72 members of Congress who've recently failed to properly report their financial trades as mandated by the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act of 2012, also known as the STOCK Act. Congress passed the law a decade ago to...
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    Nancy Pelosi's husband just invested millions into NVIDIA and sold large amounts of Visa and Apple stocks and call options

    Nancy Pelosi's husband just invested millions into NVIDIA and sold large amounts of Visa and Apple stocks and call options© Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images Speaker Nancy Pelosi reported three new stock and stock option trades made by her husband, Paul Pelosi, in June 2022. Paul...

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