November 27, 2015
Does the NSA Have Another Snowden on Its Hands?
Posted on Aug 6, 2014
Government officials suspect another whistle-blower is leaking documents from the National Security Agency to The Intercept; the left’s concern with ideology over beauty may be destroying art; meanwhile, Toledo, Ohio’s water contamination may finally change Republicans’ attitudes toward the environment. These discoveries and more below.
Has the U.S. National Security Apparatus Sprung Another Snowden-Style Leak?
C.I.A. Director John Brennan: Bad Choice, Time to Go
Hollywood Films ‘Do Not Reflect Diversity’ in U.S.
Fresh Doubts Over a Texas Execution
In Their Own Words: A Field Guide to Accused Plagiarists’ Public Statements
The Army Is Developing 3D Printers to Make Food
Why Some Schools Are Selling All Their iPads
Are Courses Outdated? MIT Considers Offering ‘Modules’ Instead
In Search of the Goldilocks Economy
One Woman’s Quest to Design Parking Lots People Don’t Hate
Nine West Thinks Women Need ‘Husband-Hunting’ Shoes
Liberals Are Killing Art
Will the Green Goop in Toledo’s Water Be the End of GOP Anti-Environmentalism?
When the Hillary Clinton Story Changes
Hedge Funds Run by Women Outperform Those Run by Men
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