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Public interest organizations say deregulating phone service providers will hurt communities of color, but major civil rights groups are still in favor.
His appointment as next chair of the Federal Reserve would be a clear sign that narrow financial interests are still in charge of the Democratic Party.
Appointing Summers to head the Federal Reserve would only rub salt in the wounds of the disappearing middle class.
As general counsel of Lockheed Martin, Comey rejected a whistleblower’s claim that a $24 billion Coast Guard project was riddled with problems. The whistleblower was right—and Comey was wrong.
The amendment to the Defense Authorization Act urges robust negotiations toward a diplomatic settlement.
As the company moves to Internet-based telephone service, it’s looking to shed regulatory obligations that benefit low-income Americans.
With a two-seat gain while chair of the DSCC and a successful effort to get a budget through the Senate under her belt, Patty Murray has become a major force in the Senate.
The prominent liberal think tank still skirts questions about its donors.
The Republicans, with the exception of a few die-hard libertarians, always do the bidding of the banks that finance them, but the Democrats are just as eager to pig out at the bankers’ trough.
From North Africa to the Middle East to China’s Central Asian border, how many years will it be?