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Booker, Moran Introduce Bill Empowering Taxpayers to Defer Refund for Rainy Day Savings

A bipartisan proposal to enable Americans to more easily build emergency savings.

What Income And Geography Mean For Life Expectancy

Dr. Susan Blumenthal joined the Diane Rehm Show on NPR to discuss how income and geography affect life expectancy.

2016's big surprise: The power of small money in politics

Much of the 2016 primary season has been ugly and unsettling.

Who's Really Qualified to Be President?

Anne-Marie Slaughter was one of 11 experts interviewed by CNN about the necessary traits of our next president.

Congress's New Encryption Bill Just Leaked, And It's As Bad As Experts Imagined

Kevin Bankston was quoted in Vice about the Senate's draft encryption bill.

The Senate’s Draft Encryption Bill Is ‘Ludicrous, Dangerous, Technically Illiterate’

Kevin Bankston, the director of the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute, goes even further.

Critics Slam Draft Senate Encryption Bill as 'Dangerous,' 'Misguided'

Kevin Bankston was quoted in the US News & World Report about the Senate's draft encryption bill.

How Worried Should You Be About Your Printer Security?

As the devices become more sophisticated, vulnerabilities increase.

Remembering the Horrors Bosnians Endured Under Radovan Karadzic

The voice at the other end of the radio was small and desperate.

Unlocking justice? Breaking into iPhones may help law enforcement solve cases

Kevin Bankston joined PBS Newshour to discuss encryption and digital safety.

Not All Hackers Are Evil

In the 1983 movie WarGames, a teenage hacker nearly starts a nuclear war.

Writing a New National Prescription to Improve Women’s Health: History, Progress and Challenges Ahead

Madame Curie once remarked, “I never see what has been done, I only see what remains to be done.”