What Happens if the Law Starts Treating Facebook and Twitter Like Traditional Publishers?
The little-known provision that empowers tech companies to experiment with new ways of imposing and enforcing norms on new sites of discourse could be changed.
Tensions Run High as Early Voting Continues in Texas
There are increasing reports of voter harassment in Dallas County as the hotly contested Senate race between Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke hurtles toward its culmination.
Meet the Guy Who Formed a PAC Devoted Solely to Taking Down Ted Cruz
Trace Crutchfield's Super PAC, IXNAY, promises to raise hell to get Trump and his allies—starting with Ted Cruz—out of office.
Insurers Are Coming Out Against the Consumer Freedom Amendment
It seems the major insurance companies aren't fans of Ted Cruz's proposed compromise.
When Politicians Complain About Political Correctness
This new strain of complaint about political correctness is really just a warmed over version of the old complaints about politicians hamstringing national security matters.
The Influence of a Few: There's Been a Rapid Rise in the Number of Super PACs Controlled by Single Donors
Super PACS that get nearly all of their money from one donor quadrupled their share of overall fundraising in 2014.