After Equifax Inc. disclosed on Sept. 7 that it had suffered a massive data breach that exposed up to 143 million U.S. consumers' data, a majority of adults surveyed in a Morning Consult poll say they would be likely to join a class-action lawsuit against the credit reporting company if they find that their data had been compromised. Many also support additional legislation and rules to protect against further hacks.
After Equifax Inc. disclosed on Sept. 7 that it had suffered a massive data breach that exposed up to 143 million U.S. consumers' data, a majority of adults surveyed in a Morning Consult poll say they would be likely to join a class-action lawsuit against the credit reporting company if they find that their data had been compromised. Many also support additional legislation and rules to protect against further hacks.
When Sen. Lindsey Graham on Tuesday pitched the health care bill he crafted with Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.), the South Carolina Republican presented it as a choice between a GOP measure that would provide block grants to states to administer their own programs or legislation backed by Democrats that he said would amount to "socialism."
When Sen. Lindsey Graham on Tuesday pitched the health care bill he crafted with Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.), the South Carolina Republican presented it as a choice between a GOP measure that would provide block grants to states to administer their own programs or legislation backed by Democrats that he said would amount to "socialism."
Democratic and Republican voters both say they are comfortable with the ideological positions of their parties, but both groups also want their 2020 presidential candidates to be more ideologically true to their definitions of "liberal" and "conservative" when compared to their preferred candidate in 2016.
Democratic and Republican voters both say they are comfortable with the ideological positions of their parties, but both groups also want their 2020 presidential candidates to be more ideologically true to their definitions of "liberal" and "conservative" when compared to their preferred candidate in 2016.
Some Americans seem underwhelmed by the possibility of affordable private-sector space travel, even as the industry sets its sights on loftier goals than shepherding wealthy clients into outer space.
Some Americans seem underwhelmed by the possibility of affordable private-sector space travel, even as the industry sets its sights on loftier goals than shepherding wealthy clients into outer space.
Conservative lawmakers expressed uneasiness Thursday over President Donald Trump's moves toward an agreement to protect undocumented immigrants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but their reluctance contrasts with the position of most voters in a new Morning Consult/POLITICO poll.
Conservative lawmakers expressed uneasiness Thursday over President Donald Trump's moves toward an agreement to protect undocumented immigrants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but their reluctance contrasts with the position of most voters in a new Morning Consult/POLITICO poll.
As a Senate panel tries to agree on a bipartisan fix to stabilize the Affordable Care Act, some Democrats appear willing to part with the law’s controversial individual mandate -- as long as there is an adequate replacement.
As a Senate panel tries to agree on a bipartisan fix to stabilize the Affordable Care Act, some Democrats appear willing to part with the law’s controversial individual mandate -- as long as there is an adequate replacement.
More Republican voters are worried about climate change after massive hurricanes pummeled states including Texas, Florida and Louisiana -- all of which have GOP-heavy congressional delegations.
More Republican voters are worried about climate change after massive hurricanes pummeled states including Texas, Florida and Louisiana -- all of which have GOP-heavy congressional delegations.
Despite recent efforts in Congress and by the Trump administration to speed up the production of self-driving cars, Americans are still leery of autonomous vehicles and doubt that they can provide a safer mode of transportation.
Despite recent efforts in Congress and by the Trump administration to speed up the production of self-driving cars, Americans are still leery of autonomous vehicles and doubt that they can provide a safer mode of transportation.
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