Money in politics
The party just took its most important step yet to move on from the brutal hangover of 2016 and actually win back Congress.
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It's a stark contrast to her primary opponent, Senator Bernie Sanders, whose campaign was fueled primarily by small donations and who vocally refused to create super PACs of his own.
Who benefits from the endless cycles of sadness, anger, and partisanship that follow mass shootings in America? Just follow the money.
The gun lobby's support for congressional Democrats has plunged. So far in 2016, the NRA has given just $1,000 to a single candidate.
Democratic Party megadonor Tom Steyer is figuring out just how much money it takes to get politicians to talk about climate change.
We asked VICE's global editors for their most pressing questions about the reality TV real-estate mogul and current Republican presidential frontrunner.