Sanders

8.19.19

Bernie Sanders Is the First Candidate to Call for Ban on Facial Recognition

The Democratic candidate for president published a criminal justice overhaul plan on Sunday which called, among other things, for a ban on the government use of facial recognition.

4.15.19

Trump is raking in mountains of cash ahead of 2020

A lot of people apparently want to keep him in the White House

1.24.19

15 Senators Call on FCC and FTC to Investigate How AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint Sold Phone Locations to Bounty Hunters

After Motherboard’s article, a large group of senators wants two government departments to fully investigate the business dealings of telcos and their data sharing arrangements.

8.29.17
3.1.17

'Join the Rest of the Industrialized World': Sanders Blasts Trump on Healthcare

Following President Donald Trump's first address to a joint session of Congress, Bernie Sanders and other Democrats responded to the many, many, many disheartening things he said.

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8.25.16

How Bernie Sanders plans to keep his revolution alive

Sanders launched his post-election group, Our Revolution, on Wednesday amid reports of internal dissent and turmoil inside the organization.

7.29.16

Pro-Trump Breitbart News: 'Bernie people are our people'

The conservative media outlet known for boosting Donald Trump has found some unlikely common ground with unrepentant Bernie Sanders supporters.

7.27.16

Meet the Most Hated Woman on the Floor of the DNC: Bernie Delegate Angie Aker

Camps from both sides of the campaign are accusing Aker of being destructive, vain, and meddlesome. She think she's being a patriot.

7.27.16

A Cybersecurity Expert Told Us What the DNC Hack Means for the Future of Democracy

Are elections about to be the battlegrounds in a new kind of cyberwar?

7.26.16

The Bernie Movement Is Alive and Well in the Woods Outside of Philadelphia

A bunch of diehard Sandernistas will keep fighting their revolution even after the convention.

7.26.16

Meet the guy who outsmarted everyone by applying for DNC protest permits months ahead

Billy Taylor applied more than six months in advance for protest permits, in an effort to crowd out would-be pro-Clinton supporters during this week’s Democratic National Convention.

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