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Data Privacy a Concern for Marginalized Communities

By: Christopher Wood, Co-Founder & Executive Director, LGBT Tech While hot-button technology topics like net neutrality make headlines for current legislative activity, the underlying concern...

President Obama addresses Latino politicians, as protests against deportations continue

On Thursday evening in Washington, D.C., President Obama addressed the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Gala, an annual gathering of Latino lawmakers and politicos (aka...

‘Blasphemy’ Criminalized Around the World

Religious and spiritual practices are evolving in the United States and abroad. Yet as beliefs and practices change, many nations continue to criminalize anti-religious...

Top 10 Most Talked About Bills in Congress Last Week

Courtesy of, a quick look at the bills most buzzed about last week

Carefully Considering Coretta

As the world finishes its 29th official annual observance of "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day," I consider Coretta. More than the weeping widow of...

Nothing But Talk in DC

Contrary to media pleas that the interests of this country are at the root of the contentious battles underway in D.C., the Republican agenda has little to do with what is best for the Nation.

How Ideology Will Cost the GOP in 2012

In order to maintain power, Republicans have to convince the majority of the American people that the GOP is the best party to rescue the country from its fiscal crisis, while also creating jobs and securing the nation and its borders.

New Healthcare Polls Are Mix of Everything

Recent polls suggest an American public unsure about whether or not they like the fairly new healthcare law, but sure they don’t want Republicans cutting off funding to it.

Seven CBC Members Receive the First Focus ‘Champion for Children’ Recognition

First Focus Campaign for Children, a national advocacy organization, has honored seven members of the Congressional Black Caucus for their work in the House of Representatives on behalf of children

Lawmakers Want Prepaid Cell Phone Customers to Show ID

A bill that would require buyers of prepaid cell phones to present identification has been introduced in the U.S. Senate. Democrat New York Sen. Chuck...