Policy and Politics

Seattle Mayor Folds On 'Summer Of Love' - Moves To Dismantle CHOP Protest Zone After Shootings

Faced with growing pressure, Seattle’s mayor said that officials will move to wind down the blocks-long span of city streets taken over.

Sarah Sanders: Bolton was 'drunk on power'

Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders takes aim at John Bolton in her upcoming memoir, claiming the former national secur

Delta to restart flights between US and China

Delta Air Lines on Monday announced it will resume service from the U.S. to China on June 25 following the suspension of those flights since

All eyes on Roberts ahead of Supreme Court's abortion ruling

Chief Justice John Roberts is under the microscope as the Supreme Court prepares to issue its first major ruling on abortion rights in the Tr

Klobuchar Withdraws from Vice Presidential Consideration

Senator Amy Klobuchar is withdrawing her name from consideration as Joe Biden’s running mate.

Twitter flags Trump tweet featuring fake CNN chyron as 'manipulated media'

Twitter flagged a tweet from President Trump as containing “manipulated media” after the president tweeted a clip of two toddlers.

How Cultural Revolutions Die — or Not

They eat their own, unless a cruel dictator rises to unite and control the mob.

Amazon Will Monitor Warehouse Workers with AI ‘Distance Assistants’

Amazon is deploying AI known as “distance assistants,” which will warn the company’s warehouse workers if they get too close to their co-work

House Set to Vote on D.C. Statehood

There has long been a movement for D.C. statehood, and the House is set to put it to a vote.

Senate GOP unveils police reform proposal

Senate Republicans unveiled a police reform proposal on Wednesday that aims to end the use of chokeholds and includes new accountability and

DOJ to Propose Rolling Back Big Tech’s Legal Immunity

The Department of Justice is preparing proposals to roll back the legal immunities enjoyed by Big Tech companies under Section 230 of the Com

Google Financially Blacklists ZeroHedge, Threatens the Federalist over Comment Sections

NBC reported that Google confirmed it financially blacklisted two sites known for criticism of the left: conservative commentary site the Fed

Trial shows drug reduces coronavirus deaths by one-third among severely ill patients

A clinical trial in Great Britain has found that a drug reduces deaths from coronavirus in severely ill patients on ventilators by one-third.

Why social distance? People who stayed home askance at mass protests

Some are questioning the guidelines that were put in place during the pandemic after social distancing rules were broken.

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T-Mobile Chief an Act Blue contributor: Black Lives Matters support for Castro, Maduro, surfaces

7 Minneapolis police officers resign amid George Floyd protests

At least seven Minneapolis police officers have resigned amid the protests over police brutality and racial inequality, and more than half a

Amazon Bans Police from Using Its Facial Recognition Tech

E-commerce giant Amazon has reportedly banned police agencies from using its facial recognition technology for one year.

Government surveillance | Amazon pauses police use of facial recognition tech | Hackers target mobile banking

Senators raise concerns about government surveillance of anti-police brutality protests that have erupted.

Minneapolis Withdrawing from Police Union Negotiations

The Minneapolis Police Department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations.

Philonise Floyd asks Congress to deliver justice for his brother

Philonise Floyd is seeking only one thing from Congress in the wake of his brother's death two weeks ago: "Justice for George."