Opinion: Extreme Right-Wing Media Fumbles Net Neutrality
As a young conservative in the tech industry I consider myself a rare breed. I don’t usually find myself surrounded by many like minded people, and often spend a lot of time defending some crazy headlines out of the more extreme right-wing news outlets and voices.
Enter net neutrality, a seemingly basic concept. Simply put it is just the idea that all internet traffic should be treated equally by the companies delivering it to you, the consumer. That’s it. It is not a set of laws or rules. It is not a conspiracy made up by Obama.
Kirstjen Nielsen Leaving Homeland Security Post As Border Crossings Surge
President Trump announced the secretary's departure amid a 10-year high in illegal border crossings. The two reportedly clashed as Nielsen was unable to stop flows of migrants entering the U.S.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Leaving Post
President Trump announced her departure amid a surge in border crossings. The two reportedly clashed repeatedly as Neilsen was unable to stop flows of migrants entering the U.S.
New Mexico Congresswoman Concerned That Border Patrol 'Is Not Quickly Adapting'
Democratic Congresswoman Xochitl Torres Small, from New Mexico's 2nd District, tells NPR's Michel Martin how she thinks the government should address border security.
Sunday Politics: Trump And Mexico, Biden
President Trump threatens more tariffs on Mexico over the influx of migrants crossing the border, while Joe Biden responded to women's allegations of inappropriate touching.
Trump Picks Partisan Nominees For Apolitical Federal Reserve
Donald Kohn, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, talks to NPR's Michel Martin about President Trump's proposed appointments to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
Remembering Former Sen. Ernest 'Fritz' Hollings
NPR's Scott Simons remembers the late former Sen. Ernest F. "Fritz" Hollings with journalist Kirk Victor, who collaborated with Hollings on his 2008 book, Making Government Work.
Former Sen. 'Fritz' Hollings, 97, Has Died
Hollings, who died early Saturday, served more than 38 years in the U.S. Senate, making him the eighth longest-serving senator in the country's history.
Former Sen. Fritz Hollings, 97, Has Died
Hollings, who died early Saturday, served more than 38 years in the U.S. Senate, making him the eighth longest-serving Senator in the country's history.
Alabama Democratic Sen. Doug Jones On Mueller Report And Barr
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Sen. Doug Jones about the ongoing fight over the Mueller report's findings. Jones was one of three Democrats who voted to confirm Attorney General William Barr.