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Guns for Hire: China’s Social Media Militia Engage on Command

Entertainment agencies can hire ... real ones. Water armies are constantly learning the ways we detect them and evolving accordingly. - Jackie Jin, social media research firm department head In the en... read more

What I Learned about Atheists from God’s Not Dead

Today the movie God’s Not Dead comes out on DVD, and thousands of church leaders will dutifully run out to purchase ... in themselves and what they can get from you. 6. Atheists lack ethical boundarie... read more

Obama Likens His Bowling Game to Special Olympics

To which Obama interjected, "It's like -- it was like Special Olympics, or something ... the first family was leaning toward a Portuguese Water Dog. The president laughed and said, "It's not a 'water ... read more

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Jury Acquits Woman Arrested for Protecting Her Dog From a Cop

Even though the dog had reached the end of his chain and Cook was not in any danger, he drew his pistol. "I immediately thought, 'I don't want him to get shot,'" Hupp, who was in the yard with her 3-y... read more


By the way, Wolf, I have been all over the country in the last three weeks in town hall meetings, and I can tell you, the country is split. And the ones that ... placed a malicious and absurd interpre... read more

Report: District failed to follow law, policy in sex-assault case

The female student declined to participate in the investigation. The report does not say whether lawyers spoke directly with the male student. How Paly leaders responded While the report identified pl... read more

Employers Struggle To Find Workers Who Can Pass A Drug Test

Erickson's decision not to drug test stems from a low risk of workplace injury for his workers combined with an unwillingness to pry into the personal lives of his employees. "My perspective on this i... read more

The EPA’s Scott Pruitt spends $2,261 per week on travel.

Richard Painter, former chief ethics lawyer during the George W ... giving saturation coverage and agonized commentary to a minor event. It's not major news that a country of 325m has a few malicious ... read more

Hackers appear to probe U.S. energy infrastructure, suspicions about Iran

The United States is investigating "a string of malicious" cyber incidents that appear to be focused on probing energy infrastructure ... said the suspected hacking did not appear to be intended to st... read more

Email Attack on Vendor Set Up Breach at Target

The company’s primary method of detecting malicious software on its internal systems was the free version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. According to a former member of Target’s security team who asked ... read more

The FBI May Have Run Not Just One But 24 Dark Web Child-Porn Websites

it's probably not all the sites, but we know that they're getting authorization for some of them. I think it's a reasonable assumption—I don't think the FBI would be doing their job if they weren't." ... read more

Cutting government waste-start with the swag!

As Americans continue to struggle with their personal budgets in a fragile economy, President Obama is taking steps Wednesday to cut billions of dollars in what the White House terms wasteful spending ... read more

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