Today we are witnessing the scapegoating of Uganda on the issue of LGBT discrimination.
The end of a war that lacked a clear and attainable end goal also lacks a victor.
In less than a year’s time, retailers hope to have “chip-and-PIN” card readers up and running.
There is an extraordinary opportunity for federal policymakers to encourage states to take action.
The 1983 reform of Social Security largely shifted the burden of Social Security from one generation to the next with the consequences falling heavily on late-boomers and those that followed.
States know how to fund surface transportation, even if Congress can’t agree on a long-term funding package.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler seems like he’s readying for the fight.
It is incumbent on Congress to ensure that the outreach to Havana does not come at the expense of U.S. interests and values.
Terrorists use our preconceived notions about violence, motherhood, and gender to enhance the success of their terrorist attacks.
The Secure Data Act is a homerun for security and privacy and is a good step towards reasserting U.S. competitiveness in building secure systems for a global market.