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In defending his decision not to honor the FBI's request to help unlock the encrypted iPhone of the San Bernardino terrorists
I can't stop thinking about congressman Jason Chaffetz. But then on Sunday, I woke up to the news that Jason was running
How is a witness supposed to respond to such a statement? It is not a question which calls for an answer. A witness who attempted to respond would be called out-of-order, or worse, his microphone would be turned off.
To hear Republicans talk, the real danger is that you might get too many notifications that your identity is at risk. Must be nice to be a senator, eh?
Watching the Congressional hearing yesterday where Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testified about the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, I was struck by the reality of how far Congress has moved from the search for the truth, and a goal to really understand and fix problems.
After spending some time trying to shop for insurance for my parents, and facing the same issues everyone has been having, I decided to put on my developer hat and try to figure out how this web application works.
An AP story published on The Huffington Post and in many newspapers on September 22, "Close Ties Between White House, NSA Spying Review" uncovered the sham exercise that constitutes the White House's promised review of NSA surveillance programs.
What is most troubling, though not surprising, is how many in the major media have legitimized these crass and partisan Republican attacks and the manner they are being carried out in hearings that are organized so unfairly they resemble the proceedings of a one-party Republican state
The Community sounds off with Alicia on the Vice Presidential debates, how congress cut funding for embassy security and James Moore's take on Lance Armstrong.