Pulitzer winner Glenn Greenwald has a book coming out in May.
Broadcasters say Aereo is illegally helping users watch channels such as ABC, CBS and NBC.
HeathCare.gov users are being asked to change their passwords “out of caution.”
The survey asked about a range of hypothetical advances, and respondents were willing to envision multiple major jumps in scientific knowledge.
The U.S. government is not uniformly opposed to Aereo, despite a Department of Justice filing that opposed the online video streaming service, according to the company’s CEO, Chet Kanojia.
“There are lots of parts of government whose agenda lines very squarely with the direction, the sensibility and the mission of our company,” he said during an upcoming episode of C-SPAN’s “The Communicators.”
Credit unions are looking for Congress to take up legislation following news of a new data breach that exposed millions of shoppers’ data.
The former NSA contractor said the questioning was intended to expose the Kremlin.
The group is attacking the congressman for opposing "DREAMERs" in the military.
Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Antonin Scalia both think the programs will reach the high court.