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Clues Connect Global Hacking To Chinese Government, Security Firm Says

“Hundreds of investigations convince us” that the Chinese government is at least aware of, and likely sponsoring, cyber thieves who […]

A Bona Fide American Tragedy In ‘The Terror Courts’

The torture of alleged terrorist suspects at Guantanamo Bay — first reported by the Red Cross in 2004, and since […]

Exclusive First Read: ‘Wave’ By Sonali Deraniyagala

Economist Sonali Deraniyagala lost her husband, parents and two young sons in the terrifying Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004. They […]

Pistorius Says He Feared For His Life; Prosecutor Says Shooting Was Premeditated

South African prosecutors laid out their case Tuesday against sprinter Oscar Pistorius, charging that the Olympic and Paralympic athlete committed […]

Newtown Shooter May Have Taken Cues From Norway Massacre

Investigators trying to piece together a motive in December’s killings in Newtown, Conn., believe that 20-year-old shooter Adam Lanza may […]

Nebraska Sen. Johanns Won’t Run Again; Was Support For Hagel Nomination A Factor?

Nobody saw this one coming. Sen. Mike Johanns, a reliably conservative Republican from Nebraska, announced yesterday (Feb. 18) he would […]

Book News: New Bond, James Bond, Novel; Jane Austen’s Love Lessons

The daily lowdown on books, publishing, and the occasional author behaving badly. A new James Bond novel by William Boyd […]

Kenya’s Graffiti Train Seeks To Promote A Peaceful Election

Kenya’s peace train is ready to roll. Kenyan graffiti artists received permission from the Rift Valley Railway to spray-paint a […]

As 3-D Printing Become More Accessible, Copyright Questions Arise

Many believe 3-D printing could help spark a manufacturing renaissance in the U.S. — even President Obama highlighted this technology […]

Cyber-Bulling Law Shields Teachers From Student Tormentors

Ganging up on classmates online can get students suspended. But sometimes teachers are the target of cyber-bullying and in North […]

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