Also in this week’s roundup: What happens when other people make money off Trump and his aides need to pay their legal bills.
If police had deployed tear gas, they could have dispersed the black bloc, but would have gassed hundreds of peaceful protesters.
The Golden Gate National Recreation Area issues a permit, citing the First Amendment, but bans all weapons from Saturday’s rally.
The California city and the organizers of a white nationalist rally have come to an unlikely agreement – at least for now.
In the week’s roundup of Trump-related conflicts: Inside the emails of the new ethics boss, why some Democrats supported a lobbyist for a top environmental job, searching for Scott Pruitt and more.
As he moved from the GOP establishment to an “alt-right” mentor, William H. Regnery II has consorted with Ku Klux Klan apologists, anti-Semites and boosters of carving a white-only “ethnostate” out of the United States.
Senate Republicans pushed past evidence that he secretly lobbied for his biggest client, the powerful Westlands Water District in California’s Central Valley.
Internal emails show just how much some lawmakers rely on lobbyists for help with the nuts-and-bolts tasks of lawmaking.
Working behind the scenes, William H. Regnery II has played an important role in making his ultra-right views a part of America’s political conversation in the era of Trump.
A new complaint says Trump’s nominee for the No. 2 post at the Interior Department, David Bernhardt, violated the law by continuing to act as a lobbyist.