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Marketplace Tech Blogs

How the midterm elections could shape tech policy

by Molly Wood Nov 9, 2018
Congress is changing. And so is its attitude toward tech.
Tennessee Republican Marsha Blackburn, who won a Senate seat in Tuesday's election, has ties to the telecom industry. 
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Jeff Sessions forced out as attorney general by Trump

by Associated Press Nov 7, 2018
Sessions told the president in a one-page letter that he was submitting his resignation “at your request.”
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Health care tops voter concerns in the midterm election

by Kimberly Adams Nov 7, 2018
Major issues for voters in the 2018 election were health care, immigration and the economy.
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Election Security

Voting machines are totally hackable. But who's going to pay to fix them?

by Molly Wood Oct 23, 2018
An argument for why voting systems should be regulated — and funded — like public utilities.
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Marketplace Tech Blogs

Voting machines are totally hackable. But who's going to pay to fix them?

by Molly Wood Oct 23, 2018
An argument for why voting systems should be regulated — and funded — like public utilities.
Voters cast their ballots at voting machines in Las Vegas in 2016.
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Midterms: Is it the economy, stupid?

by Kimberly Adams Aug 16, 2018
You may have heard this phrase: “It’s the economy, stupid. ” And it usually is. Parties in power tend to do better when the economy is humming along, and voters are more likely to give them the boot when the…
U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a rally at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium, May 29, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. 
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By The Numbers

2014 by the numbers

by Tony Wagner Jan 1, 2015
As a new year stretches out before us, a look at the numbers that defined 2014.

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What GOP victories mean for the Affordable Care Act

by Dan Gorenstein Nov 6, 2014
Republican gains may not mean repeal for 'Obamacare,' but other changes may occur.

Trucking on, 60 hours a week, for 10 more years

by Kai Ryssdal Nov 5, 2014
For trucker Don Holzschuh, the last 18 months haven't much improved the economy.

These midterms mean gridlock. So Wall Street's happy.

by David Gura Nov 5, 2014
Stasis means certainty. And Wall Street LOVES certainty.