A split Supreme Court Wednesday strikes down limits on the total amount of money an individual may spend on political candidates, parties and political action committees but keeps limits per candidate and per committee.
Five years of frustration boiled over when Sen. Dianne Feinstein flayed the CIA on the Senate floor Tuesday. She accused the agency of lying, cheating and stealing to block a 6,300-page report on the CIA’s secret prisons and torture from seeing the light of day. In essence, she said, the CIA was spying on the Senate Intelligence Committee’s...
A democratic Senator from California, and head of the Intelligence committee
What is Senator Feinstein accusing the CIA of doing? Frauding on reports to the senate and hacking the Senate's oversight databases. Why is it newsworthy? Because a government program is attempting to overstep its watchdog committee.
Your opinion? I agree with Feistein, the Senate committee should have complete access to the CIA's files and the ability to monitor and limit the program.
With a Twitter-savvy president and their own ailing media companies, Lloyd Grove finds the boys in the briefing room more depressed than ever.
max muilenburg's insight:
1) 4.03.10 2) The press corp is the group of journalists in the white house. 3) When the president's voice and opinions are directly shown to the public 4) 42.4 mil on twitter 5) The author worries of the upcoming change in media. He fears that the news stations and newspapers will soon become irrelevant. He also worries of the direct access the people now have to the president. 6) 4. With the growing taste for direct information in the younger generations, I doubt that news companies will be able to keep up with the new pace of information. My main concern is that if the news companies are diminished, there will be no source to organize the information. With this lack of organization people will be far more susceptible to false info and likely to be deceived as we now don’t double check what we hear.
Public support for the Affordable Care Act narrowly notched a new high in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, while criticism of Barack Obama’s handling of the law’s rollout – although still substantial – has eased from its peak last fall. Views hardly are enthusiastic: With the year’s sign-up deadline upon us, Americans split on Obamacare, 49 percent in support, 48 percent opposed. But that compares with a 40-57 percent negative rating after the initial failure of the federal enrollment website last November. See PDF with full results, charts and tables here. While still shy of a majority, 49 percent…
Next month, the trustees who oversee America’s most distinguished journalistic award could face their toughest decision in at least four decades. The issue before the Pulitzer Prize Board: Does it honor reporting by The Washington Post and The Guardian based on stolen government documents that are arguably detrimental to the national security...
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