Noëlle Bernard

Deportation Suggests Ominous Shift in Family Policies

Panelists warn about restrictions on home schooling

Legal experts said the deportation of a family seeking asylum suggests the U.S. government is moving in the direction of denying parents the right to decide how their children are educated at a lecture Wednesday.

Experts Dispute CBO Report on Immigration Reform

Say amnesty for illegal immigrants will increase deficit

Immigration experts at the Heritage Foundation disputed claims by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) that the Gang of Eight’s immigration bill would benefit the nation Wednesday.

Common Core Under Fire

Rep. Garrett to introduce bill offering states a way out of federally mandated standards

Rep. Scott Garrett (R., N.J.) said on Tuesday he will reintroduce the LEARN Act to offer states a way out of the federally supported Common Core state education standards.

Always Be Prepared

Deputy AG says corporations must take cyber threats seriously

Deputy Attorney General James Cole on Thursday concluded a two-day conference hosted by the Cybersecurity Law Institute at the Georgetown University Law Center urging corporations to take cyber threats seriously and be prepared.

Cyber Collaboration

Experts call for better coordination between governments and businesses on cybersecurity

David DeWalt, CEO of computer firm FireEye, said that 95 percent of U.S. companies have their computer systems compromised daily and that China is responsible for 89 percent of cyber attacks during a Center for Strategic and International Studies event on Tuesday.