Key Diplomat's Personal Notebook Sheds Light on Inner-Workings of US Government Response to Genocide Unfolding in Rwanda in 1994
Ambassador Prudence Bushnell's Personal Notebooks provide unique window into the making of US Foreign Policy during the Rwandan Genocide
Follow Bushnell's detailed notes of the unfolding genocide, as the Diplomat tasked with stopping the violence while receiving limited policy options from Washington and New York
In June of 2012, a 22-year-old man was arrested in the Washington, D.C. area, for trying to rob a bank. If you read the news report of the failed heist, well, it doesn’t sound like anything special:
What if a computer could predict your behavior and understand your personality better than your coworkers, friends, siblings, and even your spouse do?
According to researchers from the University of Cambridge and Stanford University, it's already possible - by studying your Facebook likes.
Police were told to knock with their hands, not with their boots.
That's one story of a swatting incident safely averted, thanks to a network launched on Friday that tipped off police a week ahead of 9 January, when they received a bogus message about a "cylinder thing with duct tape wrapped around it" that was supposedly to be found within a would-be victim's house.
The network, Crash Override, is the brainchild of Zoe Quinn, game developer and ground-zero doxing victim of #gamergate.
US experts are scratching their heads after finding a more than 130-year-old Wild West rifle leaning against a Juniper tree in a remote area of a national park.
The Winchester Model 1873 firearm was found in Great Basin National Park in Nevada by a park employee, Eva Jensen, who happened to be working in the area with an archaeology team.
It looks like 2015 is shaping up to be the year when Catholic conservatives declare war on Pope Francis.
We heard the first rumblings last fall, when the preliminary draft of a statement produced by the extraordinary Synod on the Family inspired New York Times columnist Ross Douthat to warn ominously about the possibility of a schism in the church if the Vatican loosens doctrinal strictures against divorced (and remarried) lay people receiving the sacrament of Communion.