From the first responders to the inevitable return, every Trump tweet plays out the same way. The post The Terrible, Predictable Life Cycle of Every Trump Tweet appeared first on WIRED.
Because yesterday's covfefe could be tomorrow's global catastrophe. The post We Asked Lawyers to Vet Trump's Most Controversial Tweets appeared first on WIRED.
The President's proposed budget guts scientific research and protection, because it either doesn't know what science is for, or doesn't care. The post Trump’s Budget Forgets That Science Is Insurance for America appeared first on WIRED.
As the White House considers budget slashes and new leadership for NOAA, scientists worry our weather predictions will get even worse. The post The US Isn’t Great at Meteorology. Under Trump, It May Get Worse appeared first on WIRED.
In an excerpt from her new book, techno-sociologist Zeynep Tufekci hits the streets to explore the power and fragility of networked social movements. The post Twitter and Tear Gas: How Social Media Changed Protest Forever appeared first on WIRED.
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher is totally onto the Russian spies trying to recruit him. But knowing he's a target doesn't necessarily protect him from their influence. The post Even If Dana Rohrabacher Was a Russian Asset, Would He Know? appeared first on WIRED.
Hello, heartland, the tech industry is here to help! The post Silicon Valley Rebrands Itself as Good for the Rest of America appeared first on WIRED.
Drafting sane tech policy is hard. But that's no excuse for not doing it, as Comey's tenure as FBI Director proves. The post The Real Threat to Our Government Is Tech Illiteracy appeared first on WIRED.
The contentious firing of James Comey will make finding a replacement the Senate can stomach particularly hard. The post The Urgent Challenge of Replacing Comey Amid a Firestorm appeared first on WIRED.
The president has fired the FBI director in charge of investigating him. But that won't slow the Russia probe. The post Trump Firing FBI Director Comey Won't Slow Down the Russia Investigation---Yet appeared first on WIRED.