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What If You Were Socially Ranked By Everything You Did? China And Social Credit Ratings

Mara Hvistendahl was interviewed by WBEZ Chicago Worldview about her WIRED cover story on social credit in China.


EDUCATION POLICY
Dividing Lines Take Shape in Senate

Clare McCann was quoted in Inside Higher Ed on innovation-related developments in the PROSPER Act.


EDUCATION POLICY
Why Are Women Still Choosing the Lowest-Paying Jobs?

Mary Alice McCarthy was quoted in the Atlantic on the gender divide in certificate programs.


EDUCATION POLICY
Vague Student Aid Letters Could Be Due for Congressional Fix

Rachel Fishman was quoted in Bloomberg Government on standardizing financial aid award letters.


PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
Once Cozy With Silicon Valley, Democrats Grow Wary of Tech Giants

Dipayan Ghosh was featured in an article in The New York Times.


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Donald Trump’s Team Misleads in Tying International Terrorism Report to Immigration

David Sterman was quotes in a Politifact article about the misleading parts of a Trump administration report on immigration and terrorism.


POLITICAL REFORM
U.S. government shutdown ends, but new deadline looms for 'Dreamers' deal

Lee Drutman was cited in an article in The Globe and Mail about the new Dreamers debate.


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Documentary Offers A Devastating Look At The Obama Administration's 'Final Year'

Greg Barker joined National Public Radio's "Fresh Air" podcast to discuss his documentary, The Final Year.


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The Final Year Gives an Insider’s Perspective of the Obama Presidency

Greg Barker's documentary, The Final Year, was reviewed in Vulture:


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Pod Save the World Live!

Greg Barker joined the “Pod Save the World” podcast to discuss his documentary, The Final Year.


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Pod Save the World Live!

Greg Barker was featured on Pod Save the World about his upcoming film, "The Final Year:"


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Kansas-based Crosscheck spreadsheet compromises 945 voters’ data

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the Topeka Capital-Journal about the Kansas Secretary of State compromising nearly 1,000 voters' data.