UB in the News

10/6/17

Fox News talks to Mark Bartholomew about a lawyer who is trying to make tech giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google liable for allegedly providing “material support” to followers of terror groups who commit mass murder.

10/4/17

Gretchen Ely tells Mic that Congress' bill is a tactic to decrease access to abortion without overtly overturning Roe v. Wade.

10/2/17

Nicole Hallett tells Vice that there was only a month between Trump's announcement that DACA would end and the deadline to renew paperwork for work permits.

10/2/17

The move away from fee for service is not going to go away, Nancy Nielsen tells Politico

10/1/17

USA Today reports on an increase in charitable donations to Puerto Rico after President Trump targeted San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz in a Twitter tirade and interviews David Schmid, who said Trump’s outburst could become a catalyst for giving.  

9/27/17

Brian Wolfe tells CGTV News that shadow banking is a really large part of the U.S. economy at this stage.   

9/26/17

Mark Bartholomew tells Yahoo that regulators have fallen asleep at the switch when it comes to regulating big online entities like Google and Facebook.

9/25/17

Reuters interviews David Schmid, who says few crimes rise to the iconic status that makes them a long-term feature of popular culture.

9/20/17

Andreas Stavridis talks to The Wall Street Journal about how different the earthquake in Mexico in 1985 was from this week's earthquake. 

9/16/17

James Gardner tells The Washington Post that the disclosure of the identity of donors improves the quality of electoral decision-making by informing voters who candidates may be beholden to.