Tennessee Voting Experts Say Taylor Swift Might Actually Turn Their State Blue
Taylor Swift is speaking now. Will it matter come November?
Congress's Biggest Opponent of Net Neutrality Is Getting Destroyed in Midterm Election Polls
Marsha Blackburn is trying to jump from the House to the Senate—and is losing by 10 points to a Democrat in Tennessee, a state Donald Trump won by 26 points.
Why Marsha Blackburn’s Rise Is Bad News for Net Neutrality and Science
Blackburn has received mountains of campaign cash from telecom and fossil fuel companies.
Congress Should Support Community Broadband Networks, Advocates Say
A partisan battle is brewing over publicly-owned broadband networks.
The 'House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives'—A Steaming Pile of Shit?
We spoke to Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky who says that the ongoing investigation into fetal tissue research is a congressional overstep and an assault on women's rights.
The Republican Party Introduced Yet Another Measure to Kill Net Neutrality
The fight for net neutrality rages on in Congress.