The Republican senator has faced criticism for objecting to Pennsylvania's Electoral College results, when Congress gathered to certify them on January 6–a day marred by violence at the Capitol.
Instead of dwelling on electoral defeat, the president might still grab the chance for some version of post-election victory.
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If Perdue sold his home above market value, experts say it would be a violation of ethics by providing an opportunity for favoritism among those with business before the Senate committee.
A Texas fertility doctor reportedly claims that he did nothing wrong when he inseminated patients with his own "fresh" sperm after frozen sperm from out-of-state donors failed to work.
In an interview on Fox News' 'America's Newsroom,' Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler violated ethics rules by encouraging viewers to visit her website to "chip in five or 10 bucks" while inside the halls of Congress, Georgia Democrats said.
Emhoff, 55, a partner at global law firm DLA Piper, "is currently on a leave of absence," according to his profile on the firm's website.
"Anecdotal evidence we have collected suggests indigent defense counsel often 'buy' case assignments by providing campaign donations," the study said.
A professor of business ethics weighs in on Franklin Templeton's firing of Amy Cooper.
"President Trump's time in office has been an ethical disaster," said a report from the group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
The Miami-Dade Democratic Party filed a complaint against Republican Representative Matt Gaetz Thursday, the day after Gaetz lodged an ethics complaint about Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi destroying her copy of the State of the Union address Tuesday night.
Richard Painter, a Bush White House lawyer, tweeted that the Trumps are "an organized crime family," after telling MSNBC they should all be prosecuted.
The Saudi government is a part-owner of a company building a Trump-branded property that Kushner's wife Ivanka Trump holds a stake in, a watchdog alleged.
The Washington ethics watchdog CREW is tracking all of President Donald Trump's conflicts of interest while he is in the White House.
A group of researchers are scheduled to speak at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in Chicago today to discuss the ethical implications of organoid-based research.
"Tweets might seem like small potatoes, but it illustrates the Trump administration's larger disdain for government ethics," a spokesman for the watchdog told Newsweek.
The former defense secretary should learn from George Marshall about weighing silence against warning of a clear and present danger.
The Trump administration was paying money to Glasgow Prestwick Airport while it sent American personnel to Turnberry, with which it's pursuing a commercial relationship.
Responding to Trump's tweet, Caldwell wrote that he was "honored" by the president's endorsement.
The demand cites reports that Deutsche Bank had a lax approach toward money laundering laws and protected lucrative clients.
Kushner has been "engaging in prohibited campaign fundraising activities," Democrats alleged in demanding an investigation.
The petition's launch came after an official federal watchdog recommended that Conway be removed from her post, citing violations of The Hatch Act.
Conway's actions "erode the principal foundation of our democratic system—the rule of law," the Office of Special Counsel's letter states.
"Every American should be incredibly troubled by this jaw-dropping news," a lawyer involved in an emoluments suit said.
The foreign emoluments clause "definitely applies to Jared Kushner," Richard Painter said.
"What an honour it was to have the President of the United States," read the message from Trump Doonbeg.
Secretary Chao is hardly the first Trump administration official to come under fire for way they've handled their ethics agreements.
"The White House photo needs to come off her Twitter page," former ethics chief Richard Painter said.
"Congress should let Mnuchin choose: He hands over the tax returns or he goes to the slammer."