After a cybersecurity researcher wrote a report about potential vulnerabilities in voting machines, and a judge locked up the report, a government official now wants to read it.
The slightest hint of responsibility is enough to draw primary challenges in the party’s ever-accelerating race to the bottom.
Liz Cheney says she was wrong to oppose same-sex marriage and that she is against “discrimination of all kinds.” But given her vote against the Equality Act, her words ring hollow.
New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose explains why Facebook can’t let its conservative talking heads go. Plus, a USC law professor retells how she confused Ted Cruz.
There have hardly been any developments in the alleged case against Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL). But the lawyers he’s hired indicate that he’s not out of the woods.
“In the House, they assumed progressives would be the issue,” said one Democratic operative. “And now, the moderates are like, ‘Where’s my lollipop?’”
The process of filling critical positions has been deteriorating, and consequently putting the country at risk, for decades—and it’s getting worse.