Poison, spies and lies: a lunch with Trump’s old friend Roger Stone

Paul Wood writes for the Spectator about his meeting with Roger stone

No One Should Give In to Cyber Extortion Unless It’s a Life or Death Situation

Josephine Wolff writes for Slate about online extortion.

The Provocateur Behind Beyonce, Rihanna, and Issa Rae

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker about the provocateur behind Rihanna, Beyonce, and Issa Rae.

Trump, Putin and the New Cold War

What lay behind Russia’s interference in the 2016 election—and what lies ahead?

Cloud Computing Makes the Internet More Reliable and Secure, Except When It Doesn’t

Josephine Wolff writes for Slate about the centralized vulnerability of cloud computing services

China’s Theft of U.S. Trade Secrets Under Scrutiny

Mara Hvistendahl writes for Science Magazine on a new report on trade secrets theft

The Good and Bad News About Cloudbleed

Josephine Wolff writes for Slate about a Cloudfare bug

The GOP’s Long History With Black Colleges

Ted Johnson and Leah Wright Rigueur wrote for Politico about President Trump's meeting with leaders of historically black colleges and unive

Have We Lost Sight of the Promise of Public Schools?

Nikole Hannah-Jones wrote about public schools for the New York Times Magazine.

Smart City Tech Would Make Military Bases Safer

Ted Johnson wrote an article for Wired about applying smart technologies to military bases.

Trump really could crush Isis. But what happens next could be worse

Paul Wood writes for the Spectator about Trump's fight with ISIS.

Is the Chicken Industry Rigged?

Christopher Leonard wrote about the chicken industry for Bloomberg Businessweek