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A few years ago, there was a significant margin of voters that thought it was a good idea for the presidency and Congress to be controlled by different parties. The idea was that each could rein in the other, and prevent extremist policies (from the...

Last week was pretty rough for Yahoo, which confirmed on Thursday that it suffered a major data breach affecting more than half a billion (yes, with a B) users. Now 500 million people with Yahoo accounts are trying to figure out what to do next… bu...

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Fuel Efficiency,United States Just keep your ears open.Continue reading There's a fuel economy hearing today, so look out for misleading statements There's a fuel economy hearing today, so l...

If you thought Facebook and Google raised a big fuss over Republican opposition to the US' plan to hand the internet's 'keys' (the authority managing domain name assignments) to an international governing body, you haven't se...

Most political pundits give the Democrats a pretty good chance of retaking control of the Senate in the coming election.  The House is a different matter. Most, if not all, think the Republicans will retain control of the House of Representative...

Even though both parties' presidential candidates say they oppose the Trans Pacific Partnership -- the secretly negotiated "trade" deal that lets corporations sue governments to repeal their environmental, labor and safety laws if they hurt profits -...

 With Congress’ approval ratings in the single digits, and in the midst of an ugly political season, our legislature might not appear as a hopeful place to start putting U.S. democracy back on track. Shows that depict Congress as sinister...