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The Email Privacy Act is supported by many outside groups, including the Heritage Foundation, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the Chamber of Commerce, along with companies that provide email services, such as Google.

This email privacy bill is wildly popular. So, why won't it pass?

By Steven Nelson |
It would require feds get a warrant before seizing emails older than 180 days. It's won unanimous support in the House—but is it too popular...

#TrumpShutdown becomes top worldwide trending topic on Twitter

By Daniel Chaitin |

Since one hour before might #TrumpShutdown, which had become a rallying cry for Democrats opposing the short-term spending measure supported...

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Big government might push your favorite TV and radio stations off the air

By Bill Wirtz |

The Federal Communication Commission’s “incentive auction” will require infrastructure spending to keep stations going.

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Searches of phones at the border unlikely to stop

By Washington Examiner Staff |

Officers should have to secure a warrant before scouring people's intimate communications

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