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Most Americans Now Believe Russia Will Likely Meddle in Midterms

Share of those who believe in potential Russian interference up 10 points from January

More Voters Oppose Trump’s Asylum Policy Than Support It — But Not by Much

Forty-five percent of registered voters oppose the decision, while 40 percent support it, according to poll

Why GOP Leaders Fear a Discharge Petition on Dreamers

Despite substantial Republican support for deportation protections, the priority for action is low

Democrats Look to Press Advantage on Health Care in Midterms

Move comes after the DOJ declined to defend Obamacare's pre-existing conditions protection in court

Facebook’s Push for Political Ad Transparency Ensnares Users, News Media

Media advocacy group CEO writes to Facebook, Congress to demand changes to how news outlets are classified

Micro-Reactors Get Potential Boost in Defense Authorization Bill Provision

FY ‘19 bill directs DOE to outline pilot program to build a micro-reactor on Defense or Energy Department site

After Amazon Adopts Rooney Rule, Black Lawmakers Call for More Diversity in Tech

Tech Accountability Caucus co-chair says congressional hearings, meetings can help keep pressure on Silicon Valley

As Hurricane Season Begins, States and Industries Take Stock of Last Year’s Lessons

Harvey, Irma and Maria highlighted need for fuel procurement, adequate supplies for storm crews

Most U.S. Adults in Poll Unwilling to Share Personal Data for Ads to Keep a Service Free

Consumer privacy expert says European Union's GDPR could inspire more data privacy protections in the U.S.

In Renewed Push, Federal Power Regulators May Act on PURPA

Revised policies to 1978 law could impact small renewable generating facilities