Fake news has real advertisements and makes a good deal of real money. It can also be a very real problem.
Quantum computers are nearing market-readiness and all signs point to the U.S. government as a major buyer.
White House and GOP Congressional leaders are likely to begin Tax Reform this Spring using the FY 2018 congressional budget process, to take advantage of Budget Reconciliation’s filibuster-proof fast-track in the Senate. Here’s how it works.
Protracted budget fights have been a bane for the defense industry, as it causes the Pentagon to think short term and hold back on new procurements, not knowing if the funding will be approved.
The President’s fiscal year 2018 budget was released March 16 and, in the brief time it took folks to analyze it, winners and losers were instantly identified.
Women hold just 20% of the seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, and just under 25% of seats in statehouses. That’s not a lot of women to emulate as role models in political leadership positions.
Are some constituents more memorable than others? Do lawmakers and their staff have better mental recall of some constituents and thus inflate their importance? The research says yes, and that lawmakers use mental shortcuts known as heuristics to help them remember constituents and make decisions.
In his address to Congress, President Trump described a future in which “crumbling infrastructure will be replaced with new roads, bridges, tunnels, airports and railways gleaming across our beautiful land.”
Bridget Hagan, a partner at Cypress Advocacy shares the ways in which the lobbying industry is changing, as well as big ticket items that are likely to get done on Capitol Hill this year.