Monthly Archives: October 2018

Scary Wednesday

The FBI has been asked to investigate whether a hoaxer offered women money to make false allegations about Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. Several journalists and bloggers in the US received an email … Continue reading

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Face-time Tuesday

Walking around downtown Orlando, you might not notice the lightbulb-sized camera affixed to one of the traffic signal poles along the city’s palm tree–studded avenues. But it’s there, scanning all the same. If it sees you, the camera will instantly … Continue reading

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Malfeasance Monday

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP is a threat to national security. He preaches hate. He incites violence. He inspires attacks. We knew this before Friday’s arrest of Cesar Sayoc, who has been charged with a number of crimes in connection with more … Continue reading

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Halo Sunday

AFRICAN ICE HALO: You never know what you might see when you go on safari. “Earlier this week I was riding through Choose National Park in Botswana,” says George Kourounis. “While the rest of the people in the vehicle were scanning … Continue reading

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Saturday Reading

You hear it almost every time: This is the most important election of our lives. And there’s usually an element of truth. Ronald Reagan defeating Jimmy Carter led to an orgy of tax cuts for the wealthy and a blitz … Continue reading

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Torrential Thursday

A piece of the United States has been dramatically wiped off the map after an island in Hawaii was washed away by a powerful hurricane. East Island, a remote spit of gravel and sand that sat atop a coral reef, … Continue reading

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