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February 26, 2017 1:28 PM A New Kind of Jobs Program for Middle America

Code schools and boot camps that teach computer programming skills prove they can rapidly retrain American workers for the 21st century When Alex Mathis heard there was a coding school in Akron, Ohio, not far from where he lives, he thought its claim—that he could become a gainfully employed computer programmer after a three-month training course 34

February 20, 2017 7:16 AM Uber Investigating Sexual Discrimination Claims by Ex-Engineer

Uber Technologies Inc. is looking into allegations from a former engineer of sexual harassment, a new accusation that’s likely to draw renewed attention to the lack of women in Silicon Valley’s technical ranks. Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick said the the ride-hailing company will conduct an internal investigation in response to a blog post on Sunday 39

February 7, 2017 10:09 AM What Steve Bannon Wants You to Read

President Trump’s strategic adviser is elevating a once-obscure network of political thinkers. The first weeks of the Trump presidency have brought as much focus on the White House’s chief strategist, Steven Bannon, as on the new president himself. But if Bannon has been the driving force behind the frenzy of activity in the White House, less attention 53

January 20, 2017 9:34 AM Spain arrests Russian bank-account hacker wanted by FBI

MADRID Spain has arrested a 32-year-old Russian computer programmer at Barcelona airport who is alleged to have designed and used software to steal bank account details from banks and individuals, Spanish police said on Friday. Working with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the man, named Lisov, was arrested by Spanish police on Jan. 13 as he waited 35

January 18, 2017 10:18 PM Overnight Cybersecurity: Trump team slams Manning commutation

Welcome to OVERNIGHT CYBERSECURITY, your daily rundown of the biggest news in the world of hacking and data privacy. We're here to connect the dots as leaders in government, policy and industry try to counter the rise in cyber threats. What lies ahead for Congress, the administration and the latest company under siege? Whether you're a consumer, a techie 49

December 28, 2016 2:28 PM Fans Tweet About Mental Illness to Honor Carrie Fisher

Choking back tears as she spoke, Ms. Cox continued: “I really did identify her as a feminist icon, a model for being a tough smart girl. But where she really pushed the boundary of what we could talk about in polite company or impolite company was her mental illness and her openness about that.” Almost immediately after her tweet, some of Ms. Cox’s followers 46

November 28, 2016 9:15 PM 'Westworld' Director Michelle MacLaren Breaks Down Challenging Arnold Reveal and William's Terrifying Turn

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from episode nine of HBO's Westworld.] When Bernard Lowe (Jeffrey Wright) first uttered these words at the end of "Trompe L'Oeil," a horrible truth burst to light: The Westworld programmer was actually programmed by Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins), a host walking among humans. Little did he (or viewers) know at the time that there 42

November 7, 2016 3:02 AM 'Westworld': Decoding Thandie Newton and Anthony Hopkins' Journeys (So Far)

[Warning: This story contains spoilers through episode six of HBO's Westworld.] Two episodes ago, Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) told Delos board representative Theresa Cullen (Sidse Babett Knudsen) that his new narrative would not be a retrospective: "I'm not the sentimental type." But perhaps Ford does not know his own heart as well as he knows the ins and outs of the world 45

October 30, 2016 5:11 PM Women Win 30 Seats In Iceland's Parliament — More Than Any Party

Birgitta Jonsdottir of Iceland's Pirate Party speaks to the media after her party won 10 seats in Parliament. Women now hold nearly half of the seats in the country's Parliament. If they were a political party, women would need only two more seats to form a majority government in Iceland, after winning a record 30 seats in this weekend's national elections 24

October 27, 2016 11:01 AM On Russia's cyberscene: Kremlin desires, private hackers, and patriotism

understanding others Pinning down specific Russian responsibility for hacking incidents is complicated by Russia's cybersecurity model. Most of the IT expertise lies in the private sector, and the Kremlin itself is surprisingly not tech-savvy. Moscow — While much is known about US cyber-war and -espionage capabilities thanks to the massive data leaks 53