Fourteen members of Congress reportedly violated stock trade reporting law

More than a dozen lawmakers in the House and Senate are being accused of violating an anti-corruption law.

Business Insider said it uncovered a litany of violations of the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act, or STOCK Act, and dozens of other instances in which lawmakers and their top staffers broke federal conflicts-of-interest law.

The 14 lawmakers who allegedly broke the law by failing to disclose financial trades included two senators, Democrat Dianne Feinstein of California and Republican Tommy Tuberville of Alabama. On the books for nearly a decade, the federal law requires those elected to Congress to make their stock trades public within 45 days of the transaction.