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Thursday July 21, 2022. 04:52 PM
While cybersecurity and foreign meddling remain priorities, domestic threats against election workers have risen to the top of the list.
Climate change is reducing output and raising safety concerns at nuclear facilities from France to the US. But experts say adapting is possible—and necessary.
Big changes are coming to the platform.
Data visceralization goes beyond mortality statistics to help people grieve.
A bill with bipartisan support might finally give the US a strong federal data protection law.
The documentary scrutinizes the former NASA administrator's role during an era of homophobic policies.
This week, we interview the hosts of Land of the Giants. The podcast’s new season traces Facebook’s explosion from a tiny startup to the colossus known as Meta.
Companies have recently made progress in employee diversity, but cuts due to economic worries are expected to hurt underrepresented workers most.
Scientists are turning to the world’s most extreme environments to find new ways of combating drug resistance.
Turnstile breaks most of the rules of their genre. Their fans, who grew up online and care less about convention, follow them because of it.
Wednesday July 20, 2022. 10:00 PM
The ACLU released a trove of documents showing how Homeland Security contracted with surveillance companies to scour location information.
Your home could probably use a refresh, right? These products can help.
Here are a few tips for setting up your crypto wallet, navigating the market, and avoiding scams.
Senator Elizabeth Warren and others are recommending regulations for crypto-mining operations as carbon emissions and consumer electricity bills soar in the US.
Upgrade your Zoom meetings with that snazzy camera in your pocket.
Climate change has primed the landscape to burn. But human migration has made Europe’s wildfires increasingly catastrophic.
From live transcriptions to sound filtering, here's how you can benefit from features on Android and Apple devices.
Foreign-owned organizations like Sama and Tala offer feel-good promises but take advantage of weak labor protections and poor accountability.
Authors aren't above criticism—but when they're tagged in negative social media reviews of their books, it can stifle the conversation.
The annual pop culture confab held a series of smaller and/or online events during the pandemic. Here's what to expect from this year's in-person event.
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