‘I work as much as I can’: TikToker’s video about the inaccessibility of government assistance for single people sparks debate
'It's really set up for you to lose.'
On Jun 5, 2022 by Jack Alban
Rep. Paul Gosar censured for violent anime tweet where he kills AOC with a sword
It's the first House censure in 10 years.
On Nov 17, 2021 by David Covucci
Exclusive: Oath Keepers leak includes 160 U.S. military, government email addresses
The controversial militia's membership list was leaked online after an alleged hack.
On Sep 27, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
‘Robots are just as racist as our society’: Black TikToker says passport AI didn’t recognize his features
'Automation is never diversity friendly.'
On Apr 26, 2021 by Siobhan Ball
Government officials are reportedly targeting protesters via WhatsApp
Protests in Lebanon exploded over a tax on the app's use.
On Mar 9, 2020 by Samira Sadeque
Everything you need to know about the 2020 Census
It's not just numbers. Here's everything you need to know.
On Oct 17, 2019 by Libby Cohen
Amazon wants to write the government’s facial recognition laws
Facial recognition technology is getting national attention.
On Sep 26, 2019 by Andrew Wyrich
U.S. immigration agency removes ‘nation of immigrants’ from its official mission
The new sanitized mission makes it clear where the USCIS stands.
On Feb 23, 2018 by Samantha Grasso
Computers across U.S. government agencies are being used for revenge porn
The calls are coming from inside the Senate.
On Jan 11, 2018 by Samantha Grasso
The government is using memes to stop kids from eating fidget spinners
Is this the dankest government agency?
On Jul 18, 2017 by Jay Hathaway
Unraveling universal health care, the alternative to the GOP’s plan
There is an alternative to the GOP's proposed health care model.
On Jun 23, 2017 by David Gilmour
Facebook expands fake news initiative to crack down on state-led abuse
The social network has taken down 30,000 fake accounts during the French election.
On Apr 27, 2017 by Phillip Tracy
Questions surround NSA’s involvement in Microsoft security concerns
Did the NSA turn a blind eye after its own failures?
On Apr 14, 2017 by Phillip Tracy
U.S. government websites are bad, study finds
A whopping 92 percent of federal government websites studied fail to meet basic standards, new report says.
On Mar 9, 2017