Don't Believe Everything You See About the Migrant Caravan

A migrant caravan traveling through Mexico is the latest news event to be weaponized...

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Russia Linked to Triton Industrial Control Malware

Like so many other internet misdeeds, the notorious Triton malware appears to have originated in Moscow.

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Paper and the Case for Going Low-Tech in the Voting Booth

When considered as a form of tech, paper has a killer feature set: It’s intuitive, it doesn’t crash, and it doesn’t need a power source.

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It Started as an Online Gaming Prank. Then It Turned Deadly

A $1.50 wager on a “Call of Duty” match led to a fake 911 call reporting a violent hostage situation in Wichita. Here’s how it all went horribly awry.

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Forging a Relationship With Tyler Barriss, the Internet’s Most Hated Swatter

Journalist Brendan Koerner strikes up a jail-cell correspondence with a man charged with instigating a fatal shooting. “Only by peering into the abyss of human malice can we divine how we can muster the strength to forgive the truly lost,” he...

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