Supporters of Officer Darren Wilson Raise $250,000
Supporters of Officer Darren Wilson Raise $250,000
By Trang Nguyen
As the donations keep coming in, the money was raised by more than 7,000 people for Officer Wilson—the policeman who shot unarmed black teen Michael Brown—and his family.

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Same-Sex Marriage Moves Forward in Florida
Same-Sex Marriage Moves Forward in Florida
By Allison Heller
Earlier today, a Florida judge ruled against the state-wide ban on same-sex marriage. Florida stands as number 38 for pro-marriage rulings since 2013.

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Saudi Arabia Donates $100 Million to UN Counter-Terrorism Centre
Saudi Arabia Donates $100 Million to UN Counter-Terrorism Centre
By Trang Nguyen
At a UN ceremony, Saudi officials handed over a check—worth ten times more than their previous donation—to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon.

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Twitter Suspends Account after Ferguson Police Officer Doxx
Twitter Suspends Account after Ferguson Police Officer Doxx
By Connor Alexander
At 11:04, the Twitter handle TheAnonMessage tweeted a claim that they had identified the officer responsible for murdering the unarmed teen, Mike Brown, whose death has caused a stirring of protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

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Tennessee Halts Unconstitutionality Streak
Tennessee Halts Unconstitutionality Streak
By Allison Heller
Earlier last week, a Tennessee judge ruled in favor of the same-sex marriage ban keeping many homosexual couples from marrying, halting the recent domino-effect that has been allowing couples in various states to legally wed. Now, other states are starting to follow in the tracks of Tennessee.

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Snowden Sheds Light on US–Israel Intelligence Agency Relationship
Snowden Sheds Light on US–Israel Intelligence Agency Relationship
By Connor Alexander
New documents underscore the indispensable, direct involvement of the US government and its key allies in Israeli aggression against its neighbors. The covert support is squarely at odds with the posture of helpless detachment typically adopted by Obama officials and their supporters.

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Tennessee Halts Unconstitutionality Streak

Earlier last week, a Tennessee judge ruled in favor of the same-sex marriage ban keeping many homosexual couples from marrying, halting the recent domino-effect that has been allowing couples in various states to legally wed. Now, other states are starting to follow in the tracks of Tennessee.

by Allison Heller

Snowden Sheds Light on US–Israel Intelligence Agency Relationship

New documents underscore the indispensable, direct involvement of the US government and its key allies in Israeli aggression against its neighbors. The covert support is squarely at odds with the posture of helpless detachment typically adopted by Obama officials and their supporters.

by Connor Alexander

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Drug Cartel Violence: Business Per Usual

Cartel-related violence has always been familiar to the people of Tamaulipas, the border state in the Gulf of Mexico, due to its strategic location for drug transportation. 

by Deepcor Contributor

New Terrorist Watchlist Guidelines

The Intercept released a new report Thursday about a 166-page document by the National Counterterrorism Center that allows officials to add anyone to a terrorism watchlist with nothing more than suspicion.

by Deepcor Contributor

A Closer Look at 'the Profile' of Pedophilia

The unnatural urges experienced by pedophiles are only recently becoming better understood, and the healthcare and law enforcement communities are now closely examining just what differences, if any, exist between pedophiles and everyday people.

by Deepcor Contributor

Dogecoin - Power to the People

On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog; but thanks to the rise of Dogecoin (Ð), a crypto-currency full of wow, being a doge is becoming increasingly fashionable.

by Bingjiefu He

Personally Fighting Privacy

With Snowden's leaks showing the extent of worldwide government surveillance, it has become clear that people need to take responsibility for their own privacy.

 

by James Cliffe

NSA Takes Quantum Leaps

The NSA plans to pursue quantum computing as a means to crack encryption, but what is quantum computing and how can it be used?

by James Cliffe

The Flaw of Five Eyes

The omnipresence of the most powerful espionage alliance in world history and the citizens they watch make for an epic Homer would be proud of.

by Trang Nguyen

OpenSSL's Heartbleed

A recent vulnerability in one of the biggest encryption protocols used on the Internet has been discovered and made public, possibly exposing data such as usernames, passwords, and session data.

by James Cliffe

China and Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement

How the newest trade deal between China and Taiwan sparked the Sunflower protests and the occupation of Taiwan’s legislation by students and activists.

by Bingjiefu He