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Dustin Volz

Staff Correspondent, Technology

Dustin Volz is a staff correspondent for National Journal covering tech policy. His work has previously appeared in The Washington PostThe Center for Public Integrity, and The Arizona Republic. Dustin is a graduate of Arizona State University and a publisher of Downtown Devil, a hyper-local news site serving the downtown Phoenix community. Before arriving at National Journal, Dustin spent nine months teaching English at a high school in Indonesia through a Fulbright scholarship.

Latest From Dustin Volz

Court Revives Defunct NSA Mass Surveillance Program

The NSA's phone dragnet is back—for now.

OPM May Announce Size of Second Data Breach Next Week

The embattled federal agency is planning to reveal details about a breach of security-clearance information as soon as early next week, according to Hill sources.

Why Some Supreme Court Justices Think It's Time to End the Death Penalty

One justice said Oklahoma's lethal-injection protocol "leaves peti­tioners exposed to what may well be the chemical equiva­lent of being burned at the stake."   

The White House Is Decked Out in Rainbow Colors to Celebrate Gay Marriage

"Tonight, the White House was lit to demonstrate our unwavering commitment to progress and equality, here in America and around the world."

Why Four Justices Were Against the Supreme Court's Huge Gay-Marriage Decision

Highlights from the Court's dissents.

Why Can’t the Most Popular Bill in the House Get a Vote?

One potential reason: the legislation "doesn't have the Edward Snowden sex appeal the NSA issues had," says its author, Rep. Kevin Yoder.

GOP Presidential Hopefuls Introduce Sheldon Adelson-Backed Bill to Ban Online Gambling

Sens. Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio are among a cohort of senators that revived legislation heavily favored by the billionaire GOP donor.

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