lobbyists

Patrick Mercer, the MP forced to resign from the Tory party over the lobbying scandal, has officially declared a £2,000 payment he accepted from undercover journalists for work as a consultant.
Peter Dominiczak
Patrick Mercer declared the £2,000 that was given to him by undercover reporters posing as lobbyists.
Margaret Sullivan
The New York Times Public Editor examines in a "minor case study" Eric Lipton's surreptitious entry to a private gathering of Washington lobbyists and the complaint that ensued.
Margaret Sullivan
The New York Times Public Editor examines in a "minor case study" Eric Lipton's surreptitious entry to a private gathering of Washington lobbyists and the complaint that ensued.
Margaret Sullivan
The New York Times Public Editor examines in a "minor case study" Eric Lipton's surreptitious entry to a private gathering of Washington lobbyists and the complaint that ensued.
Margaret Sullivan
The New York Times Public Editor examines in a "minor case study" Eric Lipton's surreptitious entry to a private gathering of Washington lobbyists and the complaint that ensued.
Eric Lipton
New York Times reporter Eric Lipton slips into a private townhouse event as part of his reporting for a story on the Washington tax lobby. He is not questioned at the door but when asked to identify himself, he does, and is asked to leave.v
Eric Lipton
New York Times reporter Eric Lipton slips into a private townhouse event as part of his reporting for a story on the Washington tax lobby. He is not questioned at the door but when asked to identify himself, he does, and is asked to leave.v
Howard Kurtz
Kurtz takes issue on ethical grounds with Ken Silverstein's sting on Washington lobbyists bidding on a contract to represent Turkmenistan.
Nellie Bly Repeats in Detail Her Story About Lobbyist Phelps; Step by Step She Shows How She Trapped Him and Exposed Him; Her Appearance Before the House Judiciary Committee Is the Sensation of the Day; The Committee Admits Its Limited Powers, but Interrogates Her Closely as to the Expose in 'The World' and She Answers Clearly and Directly; Phelps Goes on the Stand and Makes a Succession of Denials and Admissions; He Says He Never Mentioned that He Could Buy Any Legislators, and that the Names of the Six Interested Men on the Cities' Committee Were Not Referred to; He Calls Himself a Speculator and a Bill-Gurnisher; How He Explains Things; Lobbyist Wood Is Also Examined, but Denies Everything; The Testimony is Full
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Edward R. Phelps, the Owner of the Legislature, Again in Albany
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King Phelps of the Lobby Leaves Albany for the South; The Atmosphere Where "The World" Circulated Was Too Hot for Him; Assemblyman Crosby Calls for an Investigation of the Lobby; But His Resolutions Are Referred Because of Protests
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follow-up on Bly's investigation of the Lobby in Albany with a sting on Edward Phelps.
"Ed" Phelps's Absurd Explanations About That Agreement to Bribe; He Was Trying to Catch 'Nellie Bly' All the Time; Why, Oh! Why, Then, Did He Give Written Memoranda and Hang About the St. James Hotel?; Talk of a Legislative Investigation; Why Not a Grand Jury Indictment In This County? Comments in This City and Albany
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Part Two of Bly's pose as a client for the lobby king of Albany in her purported attempt to get a bill killed.
Bill Moyers
An interview with Ken Silverstein about his exposé of D.C. lobbyists.
Juan Gonzalez
Amy Goodman
Interview with Silverstein about his Harper's article on DC lobbyists.
Matthew Felling
A criticism of Silverstein's Harper's piece on lobbyists in DC.
Neal Conan
Interview with Ken Silverstein and B. Jay Cooper, deputy managing director, APCO, Washington, D.C., about lobbying for dictators. Based on Harper's published story by Silverstein.
Leonard Lopate
Interview with Ken Silverstein about his Harper's piece
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