Articles by I-Hsien Sherwood
Google Nexus 4 (L) vs. Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition

Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. Google Nexus 4: Google Edition S4 Offers A Compelling Alternative, But At a Price

The Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition with a stock Android operating system hits the U.S. market Jun. 26. But how does it compare to Google’s own, less expensive stock Android handset, the Nexus 4?
3D-printed parts for the Liberator

3D Printed Gun Files Now Available on The Pirate Bay BitTorrent Site

The Pirate Bay has become the new repository for the 3D-printed gun blueprints now banned in the United States.
Senator John Cornyn (R), Senator Ted Cruz (C) and Congressman Roger Williams (L) talks to reporters

Immigration Reform News 2013: Failure of Reform Bill Could Flip Texas for Democrats

The longer the Senate takes to pass the bipartisan immigration reform bill, the less likely it will make it past the more conservative House of Representatives. And while it’s too early to know whether all this effort will ultimately succeed, the consequences for failure will be devastating –- for the Republicans.
Mark Sanford

Stephen Colbert's Sister Could Be America's Next Congresswoman: Colbert Busch Has 9-Point Lead Over Mark Sanford in Latest Poll

Democrat Elizabeth Colbert-Busch now leads her Republican opponent Mark Sanford by 9 points in the race for the House seat representing South Carolina, according to a new survey from Public Policy Polling.
Facial recognition software was unable to identify the Boston Marathon bombers from these surveillance photos.

Boston Marathon Explosion Suspects Not Identified by Facial Recognition Software, Says Boston Police Chief

The killing and capture of the two brothers responsible for the bombings of the Boston Marathon last week were made possible through a combination of new technologies and old-fashioned detective work.
Jerry Delaney listens to speakers during an Organizing for Action rally against gun violence in Chicago, April 13, 2013.

Gun Control Debate 2013: US Regulations Lax Compared to UK and Japan, Murder Rates Much Higher

As the Senate considers new gun control measures, it may be useful to examine the regulations in place in other countries around the world.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) is pictured questioning Deputy National Security Adviser John Brennan during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Brennan's nomination

Immigration Reform News 2013: Latino Senator Marco Rubio Warns Against 'Haste' in Reform Process, Why the Change of Heart?

While the Senate seems to be moving steadily toward the release of a bipartisan immigration reform bill, one of its biggest proponents – Marco Rubio -- seems to be losing his nerve. But why?
T-Mobile CEO John Legere explains new contract-free mobile plans, 03-26-2013.

T-Mobile 'Unleashed': Carrier Goes Contract-Free, Introduces iPhone 5 on April 12

As expected, T-Mobile announced today that it is jettisoning the traditional two-year contract structure used by the other major carriers and switching solely to contract-free wireless plans.
A worker cleans a sidewalk outside the White House in Washington March 2, 2013

Obama Polls 2013: President's Advantage Over Republicans on the Economy Is Gone

President Obama has long enjoyed the confidence of the American public when it comes to the economy, at least when his ratings are compared to those of Congressional Republicans.
Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton 2016 Presidential Run Update: Clinton Officially Supports Same Sex Marriage in YouTube Announcement [VIDEO]

Hillary Clinton has officially endorsed same-sex marriage in a video released on YouTube on Monday by the Human Rights Campaign, a leading American gay rights organization.
Venezuela's acting President Nicolas Maduro gestures to supporters after he registered as a candidate for president in the April 14 election outside the national election board in Caracas

Hugo Chavez Succession: Venezuela Election 2013 Pits Socialist Old Guard Against Moderate Opposition

The death of President Hugo Chavez has rocked the small South American nation of Venezuela. Chavez was loved by his supporters, particularly by the poor, the military and indigenous peoples -- and vilified by his opponents, both in country and abroad.
Rand Paul

Rand Paul Filibuster: 13 Hour Speech Draws Praise from Unlikely Sources, Support for 2016 Presidential Run (Full Video)

Rand Paul made headlines and won accolades from unlikely supporters on both the right and the left after a nearly 13-hour, old school filibuster.
U.S. President Barack Obama

Immigration Reform News 2013: Support for Reform Coming From Unexpected Sources

As both parties wrangle over immigration reform, proponents are gaining new allies, sometimes from unexpected sources.
Venezuela's President and presidential candidate Hugo Chavez speaks in the rain during his closing campaign rally in Caracas in this October 4, 2012

Hugo Chavez Obituary: Dead at 58, But a Legacy That Will Echo for Years to Come

President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela has died, after a long bout with cancer. He was 58. Chavez was born in Barinas, Venezuela in 1954, the second son of working class schoolteachers
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush addresses the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Annual Conference in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, June 21, 2012

Immigration Reform News 2013: Jeb Bush Opposes Path to Citizenship in New Book Out This Week

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush seems to have changed his mind about a path to citizenship, according to advance copies of his book due out on Tuesday.
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