Bill to Protect Internet Privacy Revoked

Bill to Protect Internet Privacy Revoked

During the Obama Administration, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved regulations that provided online privacy protections to those who use the internet. President Trump has signed a bill into law that cancels those regulations and could eventually allow internet service providers (ISPs) to sell information about their customers’ sensitive private data. The law revokes regulations […]

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President Trump and the Alt-right

President Trump and the Alt-right

In 2010, the term “alt-right” entered the political lexicon. It referred to a movement centered on white nationalism. A few days after President Trump’s inauguration, a TV reporter was told by white nationalist leader Richard Spencer, “Trump is a white nationalist, so to speak. He is alt-right whether he likes it or not.”  A brief […]

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Education Secretary Booed at Black College Commencement

Education Secretary Booed at Black College Commencement

An unwelcome reception awaited U.S. Secretary Betsy DeVos as she delivered the commencement address on May 5 at Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU), a historically black college in Daytona Beach, Florida. B-CU has a student population of approximately 3,600. Prior to DeVos’ arrival, a group delivered petitions with about 60,000 signatures asking B-CU  officials to cancel her […]

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Trump Gave Secret Information to Russians

Trump Gave Secret Information to Russians

According to former and current U.S. officials, President Trump disclosed highly classified information to a Russian Foreign Minister and Ambassador to U.S. during a meeting with the Russian dignitaries in the Oval Office.  The information is so sensitive that details have not been shared with allies and have been restricted within the U.S. government. It […]

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More Than 100 People Have Filed to Run for US President in 2020

More Than 100 People Have Filed to Run for US President in 2020

As of April 28, 129 people had filed to run for president in 2020. So reported National Public Radio (NPR) after reviewing the Federal Election Commission records. President Trump indicated early on that he plans to retain his presidency: he filed his intention to run for re-election on January 20, the day he was inaugurated. […]

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