Edition 177

Why Should Germans Bother to Vote?

By Claire Greenstein

Sept. 21, 2017

Germany's elections on Sunday seem like a forgone conclusion—but voting can stem a far-right party's effort to gain control.

Why Should Germans Bother to Vote?

Germany's elections on Sunday seem like a forgone conclusion—but voting can stem a far-right party's effort to gain control.


What Arizona Can Teach Us About National Immigration Wrangling

Jude Joffe-Block explains what America can take away from the re-emergence of immigration tensions in Arizona.


Crying Wolf on Waste, Fraud, and Abuse for Low-Income Americans

The latest attacks on the Lifeline program threaten to strip already vulnerable Americans of crucial internet connectivity.


The Evolving Landscape of Counterterrorism

Counterterrorism policy must go beyond fighting wars to include sharing information across agencies and cutting off recruitment to violence.


We Need a Law Requiring Faster Disclosure of Data Breaches—Now

Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., on why companies need to take their responsibilities to consumers seriously.


Transitional Kindergarten Could Be a Great Equalizer. In Its Current Form, it Drives Inequality.

Studies show that transitional kindergarten students are better prepared for school, but restrictions create inequality.