The vulnerability in SolarWinds resulted in an “apparent compromise” of “highly sensitive non-public documents,” such as sealed filings.
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Several formerly incarcerated Washington state residents last voiced support for voting rights for people convicted of felonies.
The bill would, among other things, mandate that “acceptable identification” be presented by anyone voting in person.
Reforms include a timeframe for processing absentee ballots and applications, earlier absentee ballot applications and ballot drop boxes.
Microsoft CEO Brad Smith offered his employees a candid take this week on why the company gives money to politicians.
Election expert argues that change to some form of moderate proportional representation in Congress is absolutely essential.
In the wake of a bitter US election, the technology behind Bitcoin could offer a more secure and open democratic process.
A debate has emerged among political activists whether the District’s electoral system should be changed to ranked-choice voting.
President Joe Biden benefited from a record-breaking amount of donations from anonymous donors backing him.
One of President Biden’s first executive actions has reversed former President Donald Trump’s unprecedented policy of altering a key census count.
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- Trump Has Discussed Starting a New Political Party
- Blind Massachusetts Voters Worry About Mail Voting Barriers
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- Fierce Debate Over Legality of Ranked Voting in Austin, Texas
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New research shows that AI can help form accurate news assessments – but only when a news story is first emerging.
A domestic investigation riddled with due process violations and allegations of political interference suffers delay after delay.
Human Rights Watch writes that January 23 marks two years of a strict system of house arrest for Russian activist Anastasiya Shevchenko.
A recent string of targeted killings in Afghanistan has created an atmosphere of fear among Afghan journalists.
New constitutions were born, significant amendments were approved and reform processes were initiated across the four corners of the globe.
Crackdown on local human rights groups casts serious doubt that Kazakhstan’s leadership is genuinely interested in reforms
UN expert deplored today the arrest and prolonged pre-trial detention of human rights defenders and bloggers
65-year-old woman sentenced to more than 43 years in jail for sharing online posts criticising the royal family
Illegally-armed groups and criminal organizations in Colombia are determined to drive out State institutions.
For simple acts, the Tajikistan police detained Nabiev on August 27, 2020 and accused him of illegal activities.
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- Mass Protests Swell Across Russia
- Uganda’s Bobi Wine Accuses President of Staging Vote ‘Coup’
- Crackdown on Dissidents Ahead of Vietnam Party Congress
- Elaborate Details of Putin’s Rumored Secret Palace Revealed
- Finding Patterns in Violent Threats Used by Autocrats in Media
- Navalny Releases Major Investigation Into Putin’s Wealth
- A Spectre of Violent Repression Looming Over Haiti
- Libyan Sides Agree to Hold Constitutional Referendum This Year
- Digital Interference in Elections Is Widespread Worldwide