Despite growing calls for tighter regulation of Facebook’s surveillance tactics, the social media giant has a plan to get its hands on your personal financial information on top of everything else it already has.
Only a few days before a Trump task force is expected to recommend major U.S. Postal Service reforms, a group of ecommerce and logistics companies have formed a lobbying Coalition to take their case to the people and to Congress – to keep USPS delivery services “reliable and affordable”.
In an order passed down July 30, the U.S. Supreme Court denied yet another Federal Government delaying action in a landmark case pitting a group of teenagers against the government for its role in helping the fossil fuel industry create the climate crisis.
It is against the law to make or sell genetically-modified crops in India without government approval, but a new sampling study shows way too much in the way of GM foods are making it into the country.
Israel has passed a new law which critics say completely turns its back on the democratic principles set in the original “Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel” passed in 1948 and formalizes it as a country only for Jews.
As a new farm bill reauthorizing the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as the "food stamp" program), the SNAP Healthy Incentives Act (HR 4855) would incentivize SNAP participants to buy fruits and vegetables -- by refunding 30 cents for every dollar they spend on that kind of healthier food.
In a key decision announced July 25, a Federal Judge said that it is not necessary for a gift or benefit to the president to be a bribe for it to be a violation of the Constitution’s emoluments clause.