Daniel Boguslaw is an investigative reporter covering American politics and corporate greed. He has written for the New Republic, The Nation, Sludge, and the American Prospect.
As Sen. Joe Manchin Fought Federal Spending, His Daughter Helped Shutter a Union Drug Plant
With the most powerful family in West Virginia, “there’s not an exchange of Christmas cards,” said the senator’s cousin, once the Mylan plant’s union president.
The 9/11 WarsFamily Members of 9/11 Victims Call on Biden to Unfreeze Afghan Funds
The families asked the White House to help end the mass starvation crisis in Afghanistan by releasing the country’s U.S.-held foreign reserves. New guidance from the Treasury Department provides a pathway.
Son of the South
Rep. Jim Cooper’s family rose to power over centuries through slavery and segregation. Will their legacy endanger his seat?
As Sen. Joe Manchin’s Star Rose in West Virginia, the FBI and IRS Probed His Closest Allies
Decades of federal investigations looked into Manchin’s inner circle and business associates.