In Britain's general election scheduled for May 6, minority voters are expected to have a greater impact than ever before. Conservatives are wooing black and Asian voters – once solidy pro-Labour – with policies they say are family- and business-friendly.
Call it Uncle Sam's hidden mandate. IRS forms are so complex 89 percent of taxpayers spend money for help getting them filled out.
Thursday is Census Day – the bureau's 'target date' for Americans to mail back their 2010 census form. But census takers won't start rounding up noncompliers for another month.
A new survey suggests British are increasingly wary of ID cards and their government's intrusion into privacy.
Iran protests by pro-democracy advocates on National Student Day were attacked by security forces on Monday. The country's Green Movement has found new ways of organizing and keeping its message alive.
Buried in the Senate's 2,074-page health reform bill are provisions that undermine your health freedom and privacy.
Mayor Bloomberg moves to expand high-tech surveillance to midtown Manhattan. But civil liberties groups are concerned, and some security experts question its value.
Margaret Atwood’s dark, sharp, dystopic novel picks up where ‘Oryx and Crake’ left off.