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1.27.18

The oceans have never been hotter than they are now

A new study shows ocean temperatures set new records this year.

6.23.16

A Senate committee wants to crack down on spy agencies' cozy relationship with Hollywood

An amendment added to the annual intelligence-spending bill calls for more accountability when the Intelligence Community works with the entertainment industry.

4.6.16

The CIA Helped Produce an Episode of 'Top Chef'

Newly released details from a CIA watchdog report reveal that the agency "supported" the Bravo reality show, along with a book and several documentaries and movies.

3.23.16

Deep-Diving Robots will Plunge 16,000 Feet to Monitor the Ocean Abyss

The Deep Argo probe provides critical information for understanding climate change

12.21.15

How Police Dogs Turned into Cybernetic Hunters

Technology is making working dogs stronger and more dangerous, by design.

11.5.14

Video Emerges of Iranians Burning Flags While Celebrating 35th Anniversary of US Embassy Crisis

Rally comes two days before US and Iranian officials are set to hold talks over Iran's nuclear program.

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3.3.13

We Spoke to the Guy Who Wrote the Real Screenplay for 'Argo'

Contrary to how Affleck's film portrays it, the script for 'Argo' wasn't just some jokey, throwaway nonsense a hack writer shat out. It was the opening salvo for a dream that would change the world written by Barry Ira Geller.

2.25.13

How Many Ways Did the Oscars Offend Everyone?

Like all major events where anyone talks for more than half an hour, the Academy Awards were a chance for people to get extremely angry about what others were saying and doing. Here is an incomplete list of the events that happened during the Oscars...