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Modern military cadets train behind computer screens

By Michael Cochrane
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Military | If Douglas MacArthur or Ulysses S. Grant went to the U.S. Military Academy today, they might test their defensive skills hunched in front of a computer…

Let’s play ‘What’s Inappropriate?’

Let’s play ‘What’s Inappropriate?’

By Marvin Olasky
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Media | Anyone for a new game called “What’s Inappropriate?” It could be like “Where’s Waldo?” Find the reason a Christian isn’t allowed to post a…

Liberty as secure as your books

Liberty as secure as your books

By D.C. Innes
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Technology | I own books. Many books. They are the tools of my academic trade. But they are also the highways of my political and even spiritual liberty. Access to my…

‘Catastrophic’ web security flaw exposes passwords, private data

By Daniel James Devine
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Technology | Major internet companies like Yahoo and Amazon scrambled to update their networks this week after security researchers discovered a critical flaw that could…

China's more interested in Jesus than communism

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Religion | Jesus is trending in China.  Foreign Policy released a fascinating infographic today, based on a compilation of  information from Weibo, China’s huge…

Midday Roundup: Fort Hood’s eight minutes of terror

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Still seeking answers. U.S. Army investigators have released a detailed timeline of the events that led up to last week’s shooting at Fort Hood in Killeen,

Will you use your super powers for good or evil?

By Ben Cogan
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Technology | Infamous: Second Son gives players the chance to see how their choices—for good or evil—shape the protagonist and influence the people around him. Second Son

Trauma care? There’s an app for that

By Mark Russell
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Business/health | In the hospital of the future, information can be blasted out in real time to the iPhones of trauma team members on their way to the ER. By the time doctors…

Violent video games prime kids for aggressive behavior

By Julie Borg
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Technology | Violent video games train children to think and act more aggressively, according to a recent study conducted at Iowa State University and published in Jama

Open secrets

Open secrets

By Daniel James Devine
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Technology | Anonymous sharing apps have become the Wild West of social media

Silicon Valley’s Russia troubles

By Tiffany Owens
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Business | Tension between Russia and the West over Ukraine has halted Russian investment in the United States’ Silicon Valley-based tech industry. “It’s safe to…

Common ground in space despite escalating tensions on Earth

By Rob Holmes
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Space | A software snag turned a six-hour ride into a two-day journey for the Russian and American astronauts aboard a Soyuz capsule on its way to the International…

 
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