This video, which was just released to 20 million people, calls out Congress's most anti-science assholes.
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Something's not working for the protesters.
In his dying days, the legendary film critic had more on his mind than movies.
Why? First off, he called it a "Filiblizzard."
Probably because they don't understand what the heck a 3D-printed gun is.
Tuesday was a sad day for America. It was the day a little bit of freedom died.
Steven Chu says that solar is about to be cheap, cheap.
John McCain has never faltered in his principled stance against torture. John Brennan, on the other hand?
Congress gave the wind industry as sweet a deal as it's going to get in 2013. Expect it to take advantage.
Federal Funds Can't Be Used for Gun Violence Research, But They Were Used to Make This Ridiculous Workplace Massacre Safety Video
The feds are okay with funding videos that make gun violence look inevitable, but not funding research that could actually help make meaningful, informed policy decisions.
Why we think that Republicans are a bunch of racist poor people haters and Democrats will turn your church group into a drugged-out orgy.
On Friday, the Senate passed an extension to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Amendments Act of 2008. You know, the one that lets the Feds spy on you without a warrant.
Following the failures of SOPA and PIPA, a pair of misguided legislative attempts to outlaw Internet piracy that both stalled in Congress earlier this year, one California politician is calling for Congress to halt on considerations for any new Inter…
I’d like to welcome Lamar Smith, a Republican who’s been a vocal SOPA supporter and who doubts that man is having an effect on climate change, to his new position as chair of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee.
It’s tough to decide what’s most disturbing about how the U.S. government handles privacy when it comes to smartphones.
If nothing else, we expect politicians to be smooth talkers, but apparently they can’t speak without the comfort of absurd props.
It can be ridiculously frustrating when our Congress doesn’t understand something important, like the Internet, but the less cynical amongst us could argue that it’s impossible to be an expert on everything, even though congresspeople are often expec…
For the last three years, the House Unmanned Systems Caucus has fought for the interests of drone manufacturers in the House of Representatives. “The Congressional Unmanned Systems Caucus’ goal is to educate members of Congress on every facet of this…
Joe Biden summed up the essence of Obama’s reelection campaign months ago. “Osama bin Laden is dead and General Motors is alive." These duel sentiments will be showcased at the DNC over the next few days, the slightest glimmers of hope amplified to t…
There's more to the booming carnival that is the Republican National Convention than self-aggrandizing speeches, middle-aged white men and anti-Obama vitriol. It's also the place where the disparate branches of the GOP—the libertarians, the Tea Parti…
With a good old fashioned filibuster, Senate Republicans just blocked the sweeping cybersecurity legislation that some lawmakers have been trying for years to pass, and they don't sound sorry about it. The bill would have set cybersecurity standards
The tech industry is not unaware that regulators in Washington will catch up with its unchecked growth sooner or later. As such, a consoritium of companies including Facebook, Google, Amazon and eBay are joining forces to form the Internet Associatio…