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True Fact: Congress' Websites Don't Have to Stink

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, April 22 2010

This is what a congressional website should look like, says the Congressional Management Foundation; credit: Murkowski.Senate.gov Read More

News You Really Don't Need to Know About the Naming of Congressional Websites

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, March 29 2010

Here's an altogether useless bit of congressional web trivia to start our week off right. As it turns out, Rep. Randy Neugebauer, the Texas Republican whom you might know from his shout of "It's a baby killer!" ... Read More

After the Summit: In YouTube Experiment, Hill Leaders Field the Same Five Questions

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, March 1 2010

Just after last Thursday's health care summit at Blair House, the folks at YouTube corralled three of Congress' top officials -- Speaker Nancy Pelosi, House Minority Leader John Boehner, and Senate Majority Leader Harry ... Read More

The 15,000

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, February 10 2010

Credit: GRITtv Yesterday's episode of Laura Flanders' daily GRITtv program was on the topic of whether or not the United States Senate ha Read More

Could Twitter Change the Math of a Senate Hold?

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, February 5 2010

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Hill Sites Hacked During SOTU

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, January 28 2010

Several House websites were hacked during last night's State of the Union, replacing the congresspeople's home pages with anti-Obama screeds. A Hill contact points out that among the targets was Joe "You Lie" ... Read More

White House, Hill GOP to hear from BlogHer

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, December 16 2009

BlogHer, the online network that serves to advance the voices of women, is heading to Washington to brief the White House and members of Congress on how to use technology to engage women online. Here's BlogHer's Erin ... Read More

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