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8 in 10 Americans are concerned about the ability to conduct accurate elections that are free from hacking. That number is similar to 2016, but the parties have shifted on the issue.
The number of people who believe the media reports the facts honestly is at an all-time low, so it is vital that reporting is done in such a way that does not exacerbate social and political divides, the authors say.
Critical systems are still vulnerable to hacking and malfeasance ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
Between research and teaching, Associate Professor Anthony Fowler still finds time for a passion he developed early on.
The private sector frequently uses asset transfers, and Chicago should consider this – rather than large legacy costs and debt – as a way to solve the pension crisis, Belsky argues.