DOD report re: China’s cyberattacks

According to a report released Monday by the U.S. Depart­ment of Defense, China is alleged to be directly respon­sible for cyber­at­tacks against the U.S. The report, which eval­u­ated China’s mil­i­tary capabilities, […]

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SCOTUS

The Supreme Court issued three major civil rights-​​​​​​related rul­ings ear­lier this year. The court dra­mat­i­cally altered the Voting Rights Act; set in place new con­sid­er­a­tions that could end affir­ma­tive action […]

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Patreaus Scandal

Our fac­ulty experts can lend their exper­tise and pro­vide analysis on Ret. Gen. David David Patreaus’ alleged affair and its impact on national secu­rity, online secu­rity and CIA cyber­in­ves­ti­ga­tions, among other areas.

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Affordable Care Act

The intri­ca­cies of the Afford­able Care Act can be con­fusing and our fac­ulty experts are here to parse them out. They can talk about every­thing from the Act’s debated constitutionality […]

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Startups and Entrepreneurship

The future of inno­va­tion depends on entre­pre­neurs get­ting their foot in the door today. Angel investors, product devel­op­ment processes and real­iza­tions, and the com­mer­cial­iza­tion of dig­ital media are just a […]

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2012 Election

Elec­tion Day is just around the corner. What issues will be addressed at the debates? Which can­di­dates are big com­pa­nies backing? Do party plat­forms really matter to voters? Our faculty […]

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Jobs and U.S. Economy

With unem­ploy­ment hov­ering between 8 and 9 per­cent, the United States labor market has become a hot topic for the public and politi­cians alike.  Gender pay equity, labor market experiences […]

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