Hearing Accentuates Need for Remedy to Big Tech Bias

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, sat before the House Judiciary Committee this week.

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Treasury Issues ‘Parking Tax’ Guidance

The U.S. Treasury Department released a guidance document on Monday intended to help churches and nonprofit ministries compute and comply with new looming ‘parking tax.’

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State Department Announces ‘Countries of Particular Concern’

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo this week announced that, in accordance with the International Religious Freedom Act...

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Ryan Looks to ‘Points of Light’ in Christmas Tree Lighting Remarks

As he officiated his final lighting of the Capitol Christmas Tree last week, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) welcomed this “season dedicated to wonder and faith.”

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Incoming Senator Throws Gauntlet Down to BigTech

Even as technology interests in Washington prepare for next Tuesday’s House Judiciary Committee hearing featuring Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, they are likely taking note of another powerful voice they will need to contend with in the months and years ahead.

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Broadcasting, Texting on Dockets Next Week

Officials in Washington, D.C., will be examining a number of items of interest to broadcasters and ministries next week.

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Russian Interference Stirs Debate at FCC

In what could be a preview of a testy monthly open meeting at the FCC next week, Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel took aim at FCC Chairman Ajit Pai over issues with the...

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Google Chief to Face House Committee

Earlier this autumn, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) called for Google to come before Congress amid concerns of bias and censorship...

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Congress Approves Bill to Aid Victims of Genocide

After many months of deliberations between the House of Representatives and the Senate, Congress this week put its final stamp of approval on legislation intended to aid victims of genocide in the Middle East.

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Parking Tax Still Looms

Even as Congress considers ways to mitigate its effect, a new “parking tax” still looms for churches and nonprofit ministries.

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NRB Urges Repeal of New Parking Tax

NRB is calling on Congress to stop a new “parking tax” from being levied on churches and nonprofit ministries.

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Nation Celebrates Adoption

November is National Adoption Month, and tomorrow, the last Saturday before Thanksgiving, is National Adoption Day.

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NRB Summit Speaker Nominated to Federal Bench

President Donald Trump this week announced his nomination of Neomi Rao for the seat on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals that was recently vacated by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

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World War I Memorial Cross Case Goes to the Supreme Court

This Sunday, the world will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I.

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Trump Administration Issues New Conscience Protection Rules

This week the Trump administration finalized new federal rules aimed at providing relief for the Little Sisters of the Poor and other groups that remain under fire...

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Divided Government Returning to Washington

While some congressional races are still not yet resolved and a clear national message from voters is difficult to determine, one thing we do know after Tuesday’s elections...

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