The growth of unmarried women, minorities, and Millennials is a potential boon to Democrats in the next election, but they have to turn out. For now, there's a 15-point enthusiasm gap, says Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg.
The US Export-Import Bank's ability to make new loans is set to expire June 30. Conservative Republicans oppose reauthorization, saying, among other things, that the private sector could fulfill the bank's role.
At a Monitor breakfast Thursday, Bernie Sanders spoke of how his Jewish heritage informs his politics. The day before, radio host Diane Rehm had asserted, mistakenly, that he was a dual US-Israeli citizen.
The White House backs Katherine Archuleta after the data breach, but a whopping 84 percent of Passcode’s pool of security and privacy experts say she should be held accountable.
For-hire criminal hackers are a plentiful resource for nation-states and militant groups to carry out digital attacks. They are also expert at covering up their tracks, making it difficult to pinpoint true culprits.
A new smartphone app promising a safe travel option for kids as young as 8 may be a relief for busy parents, but digital privacy experts warn that Shuddle’s young customers’ data may be less secure.
The nonprofit KEYS program in Bridgeport, Conn., schools now enriches the lives of hundreds of students who otherwise wouldn't receive music instruction.
At Reach Incorporated the tutors are only about six to eight years older – high school students who themselves have been struggling academically or socially.
The first-of-its-kind website 6degree.org allows people to aid individual survivors of human trafficking through online donations.