Photo provided courtesy of Unsplash.com. By Josh Larkin, Staff Writer New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has come under fire yet again. In the timespan of just a few months, Governor Cuomo has gone from a revered voice of governing during COVID-19, to rock bottom with increased calls for his resignation […]
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By Natalia Holliday, Web Editor In the late 1990s, political advertiser Alan Gould proposed an idea to promote political campaigns on the internet by posting banner ads on websites. To Gould, it was clear that the internet could be used to target messages and reach vast populations in a click. […]
By David Zvirman, Staff Writer On Friday, February 16, 2018, a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C. indicted 13 Russian nationals and 3 Russian companies for their involvement in meddling in U.S. elections, specifically the 2016 presidential election. While there is currently an ongoing public debate about the extent of […]
By Brandon Schall, Staff Writer Banking and business groups got a big “win” after President Trump signed the repeal of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (“CFPB”) rule on forced arbitration. The CFPB had been working on rules for more than four years to make it easier for consumers to file […]
Letter from the Editor For my final letter from the editor I decided to dig my soap box out of the closest and dust off the cob webs to impart on you, the Juris reader, my unqualified opinion on the current state of our nation which has inspired this thematic […]