During Rand Paul’s filibuster last week, Wyden once again proved that he’s a different kind of politician.
Campaign-spending disclosure laws are good for incumbents, but bad for democracy.
Wyden voted ‘no,’ defecting from Senate Democrats’ support
NSA provides vague confession to Sen. Wyden
California Rep. Darrell Issa is crowdsourcing a proposed list of protections for Internet users
Wyden said he will object to any request to pass the current version of the bill with unanimous consent, that is, without a vote.
Online campaign aims to mobilize privacy protesters
Liberals shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss the plan.
The bipartisan Ryan-Wyden plan represents a breakthrough in the Medicare-reform stalemate.
‘Technological advances have made ’round-the-clock tracking of large numbers of people increasingly easy’
Republicans should reject the Democrats’ fake Obamacare compromise.
Six Republicans have said they will back the accord, Democrats need at least nine GOP senators to win approval of the treaty
Republican Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts says he will support a new nuclear arms treaty with Russia
President Barack Obama lobbied senators by phone Monday to back an arms treaty with Russia that he’s called a national security imperative
Bipartisan Senate bill would let states opt out of Obamacare, but only if their own programs are as stringent
The change advocated by Sens. Wyden and Brown would allow states to seek waivers from some of the healthcare law’s requirements
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Debt reduction proposal angers left, gets noncommittal White House response
A look at the key races in the 50 states
The requirement that candidates identify themselves in campaign ads is supposed to prevent candidates from airing ridiculous ads. It hasn’t stopped Alan Grayson.