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Verizon and GWU Shed Light on Barriers to Telehealth and mHealth...

At George Washington University (GWU) last Wednesday, a former U.S. Senator, three medical doctors, and a leader of a wireless technology coalition convened at...

Puerto Rico’s Law Schools Come Under Fire

Earlier this week, Matt Leichter of The AmLaw Daily published a scathing report on the (seemingly) shocking low employment rate for law graduates from...

#Trayvon Martin and a Look at “Stand Your Ground”

Raw emotion and politics rule the day in Trayvon Martin case. Time to take a look at Florida's infamous self-defense law.

Raw Talk With Bill Robinson

Politic365 Managing Editor Charles D. Ellison talks with American Bar Association President Bill Robinson about the underfunding of the American court system and how...

Online Piracy Prioritized on Capitol Hill

“I have always stood by artists, and it is for this reason that I want to see the Stop Online Piracy Act become law....

Clarence Isn’t Sitting Out “Obamacare” Review

Hate to be blunt and break the news – Rev. Al Sharpton and the chorus of folks calling for  Justices Clarence Thomas and Anonin...

Copyright Office Wants Protection for the Small Cats

Worried over an increasing wave of global intellectual property piracy and copyright infringement, the United States Copyright Office issued a notice recently seeking comments on...

Jay-Z Under Investigation by NBA for Kentucky Visit

In the end, Jay-Z can expect a hefty fine for his seemingly innocent trip into Kentucky’s locker room. The Wildcats have two definite first-round picks on their team, but it is uncertain whether Jay-Z said anything to them to convince them to leave school early.

Arizona Bans Affirmative Action

Regardless of political motivations or its divisive electorate, Arizona seems to be gaining ground on Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama with respect to minority oriented policies minorities.

NAACP Praises Reduced Disparity in Cocaine Sentences

The NAACP is thanking Congress and the president for a new law President Barack Obama signed Tuesday that will reduce the gap between federal mandatory...