Americans for Public Trust (APT) launched a digital ad campaign: Close the Wyss Loophole.
Americans for Public Trust (APT) filed an ethics complaint and called for an investigation into Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s improper use of taxpayer funds for multiple personal trips to New York City.
President Joe Biden’s Treasury Department has spent billions on diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, reorienting the financial security agency through the lens of a racial equity ideology.
The Department of Transportation is dragging its feet on handing over Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s government jet records, according to communications between government lawyers and a watchdog group.
The Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss has a profound interest in American politics. Over the years, he has pumped $475 million he has earned manufacturing medical devices into left-wing advocacy groups – $72 million in 2021 alone, according to a new report from the conservative watchdog group, Americans for Public Trust.
Americans for Public Trust (APT) filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) today calling for an investigation into the tax-exempt status of four nonprofits affiliated with Eric Kessler, the founder of the left’s dark money manager Arabella Advisors.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm engaged in multiple conversations with the Chinese government’s top energy official days before the Biden administration announced it would tap the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) to combat high gas prices in 2021.
Americans for Public Trust (APT) released a new report documenting the extent to which Hansjörg Wyss has exploited the foreign influence loophole—a mechanism that has seemingly allowed him to skirt the federal ban on foreign nationals directly or indirectly influencing U.S. elections.
Americans for Public Trust (APT) obtained Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s internal calendar through a public records request, which show the .secretary met with Rocky Mountain Institue (RMI) CEO Jon Creyts
Today, Americans For Public Trust (APT) filed a lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration for stonewalling public records requests pertaining to Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg’s use of taxpayer-funded private jets.