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In a cloture vote on Thursday, the latest legislative attempt at cybersecurity was shot down in a 52-46 vote.
As the election season ramps up, many voters are already experiencing attack ad fatigue.
The US presidential election dominates the global media every four years, with news articles, which are carefully analyzed by commentators and campaign strategists, playing a major role in shaping voter opinion.
Despite the fears of some scholars and pundits, most political partisans don’t avoid news and opinion sources that contradict their own beliefs, according to a new study.
A video posted to YouTube on Monday suggests that the hacking collective known as Anonymous is recruiting computer users to assist with an attempt to shut down Facebook on Saturday, January 28.
Two young social entrepreneurs, Mike Spencer and Josh Delaney introduce the online giving community, doingmypart.com, to broaden the charitable funding landscape and give everyone the easy opportunity
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