If you got angry at The Feminists, congrats, you fell for it
A team of computer scientists sifted through records of unusual Web traffic in search of answers.
Dude, you don't have to do this. No one is making you.
More worrisome than foreign interference in our elections is how our own tech and media companies feed and profit from our deepening domestic political polarization.
"The goal? Make Americans see each other as enemies."
“What do you think, Elon Musk?"
Rick Gates, the key prosecution witness in the tax and fraud trial of Paul Manafort, said his crimes were at the direction of his former partner.
Facebook's definition of "authentic" is complicated because disinformation campaigns are complicated.
At Kryjivka, guests can enjoy a bowl of blood-red borscht then practice their aim at targets of Stalin and Lenin at the on-site shooting range.
In the 1950s, Russian aggression prompted Finland to construct a huge network of underground facilities. Why is the work still continuing today?
The iron curtain descends on the legendary Soviet heel's life.
President Trump's lawyer called into "Outnumbered" to try to explain why he denied Trump attended a pre-Trump-Tower planning meeting in July 2016, even though no one else had reported that such a meeting took place. If you're confused, you're not alone.
Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal attorney, claims that then-candidate Trump knew in advance about the June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower in which Russians were expected to offer his campaign dirt on Hillary Clinton, sources with knowledge tell CNN. Cohen is willing to make that assertion to special counsel Robert Mueller, the sources said.
Sen. Claire McCaskill is a top target for Republicans looking to grow their slim Senate majority in 2018. Turns out, Russia's "Fancy Bear" hackers are going after her staff, too.
Be nice to a few gun-loving weird boys and next thing you know you're establishing unnecessary back channels between Putin and Trump.
Putin's ball could very well be a vector for a cyberattack, but so could just about any object. Here's a question: why are we putting chips in soccer balls anyway?
"The GOP establishment and donor class are fine with Trump's attacks on democracy as long as they can enrich themselves. They are hostile to democracy because democracy is hostile to their agenda."
When superpowers fight, little people — like me — get trampled.
The president lashed out at a frequent target in a series of morning tweets.
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