The president dismissed the widely respected cybersecurity agency director Tuesday night for pushing back against election disinformation.
Through numerous legal and other challenges, the Trump campaign and its allies have consistently undermined their argument.
Take a deep breath and enjoy democracy at work.
With most polls closed, the worst-case scenarios about ransomware and misinformation meltdowns have seemingly not come to pass.
Berserk Bear has had plenty of opportunity to cause serious trouble. So why hasn’t it yet?
The message is meant to deter any similar attack against US infrastructure.
From targeted misinformation to manipulated data, these are the cybersecurity concerns election officials worry about most.
The company’s flip-flopping on the policy after banning a shady New York Post story highlights the challenges facing social media in 2020.
In an interview with WIRED, Columbia Journalism School dean Steve Coll says the media has learned some important lessons since 2016 about covering stolen email leaks.
Meet General Paul Nakasone. He reined in chaos at the NSA and taught the US military how to launch pervasive cyberattacks. And he did it all without you noticing.
Seven distinct factors between now and the election threaten to combine, compound, and reinforce each other in unpredictable ways.
Yes, two Boeing E-6B Mercury were flying last night. No, that’s not because of the president’s positive test.
There’s a small but real possibility that we won’t know which party controls the Senate until 2021, thanks to a special election and a unique state requirement.
The president’s assault on electoral integrity threatens to undermine the democratic process. We unpack each falsehood, mischaracterization, and lie.
The president’s televised encouragement of white supremacy and political violence was a reminder that social media didn’t create these problems.