The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) will debate a resolution to repeal the 17th Amendment providing for the direct election of U.S. Senators.
The world looked on in horror as Grenfell Tower, a public housing project in London, became a near-biblical pillar of fire that burned at least 80 people to death.
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A recent publication in the International Journal for Communication calls into questions the research cited by current FCC Chairman Ajit Pai as his primary justification for plan to roll back net neutrality rules.
The Bradley Foundation underwrote new efforts to undermine popular public policies that help women and families, such as paid sick leave laws through funding for the controversial Independent Women’s Forum.
WILL's faulty study of voucher students was echoed by Bradley funded groups and went unchallenged by mainstream media.
Six questions appropriations committee members need to ask.
Three states voted to rescind convention resolutions this session.
President Trump's attempts to impede the FBI's investigation are a big deal.
The decline of the Franklin Center is a blow to efforts by right-wing funders to develop state capitol media sites to compliment right-wing news sites covering politics in Washington, D.C., such as Breitbart News.