Peter OverbyAs NPR's correspondent covering campaign finance and lobbying, Peter Overby totes around a business card that reads Power, Money & Influence Correspondent. Some of his lobbyist sources call it the best job title in Washington.
Pope Francis reads from his prepared remarks as he addresses a joint meeting of Congress.
Rick Perry ended his presidential campaign Sept. 11, but there was $13 million left in the bank of a superPAC supporting him. The superPAC says it's given donors their money back.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the American Israel Public Affairs Committee policy conference in Washington on March 2. Netanyahu also addressed Congress at the invitation of Republicans, who were strongly allied with AIPAC in fighting the nuclear agreement.
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Donald Trump holds financial documents at his campaign announcement in June. He had said he didn't need donors because he could pay for his campaign himself, but he recently said he'd be open to people "investing" in his campaign.
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J. Russell George, Treasury inspector general for tax administration (from left), Acting IRS Commissioner Steven Miller and former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman before they testified to the Senate Finance Committee in 2013.
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