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Think Like a Spy? New NY Museum Tests Your Skill

Think Like a Spy? New NY Museum Tests Your Skill

| Feb 17
A new attraction opening Friday in Manhattan gives visitors the chance to learn about the elements of spying, its history, and find out what kind of spy they could be.

UK Blames Russian Military for 'Malicious' Cyberattack

UK Blames Russian Military for 'Malicious' Cyberattack

| Feb 16
Britain and the United States blamed the Russian government on Thursday for a cyberattack that hit businesses across Europe last year, with London accusing Moscow of "weaponizing information" in a new kind of warfare.

Federal Vote-Protection Efforts Lag Ahead of First Primaries

Federal Vote-Protection Efforts Lag Ahead of First Primaries

| By Frank Bajak and Christina A. Cassidy | Feb 16
With the first primaries of the 2018 elections less than a month away, you might expect federal officials to be wrapping up efforts to safeguard the vote against expected Russian interference. You'd be wrong.

4 Robots That Aim to Teach Your Kids to Code

4 Robots That Aim to Teach Your Kids to Code

| By Ryan Nakashima | Feb 15
You've seen apps and toys that promise to teach your child to code. Now enter the robots.

UK to Unveil New Tech to Fight Extremist Content Online

UK to Unveil New Tech to Fight Extremist Content Online

| Feb 14
The British government is unveiling new technology to remove extremist material from social media.

Voting Machines Didn't Produce 4 Million Fraudulent Votes

Voting Machines Didn't Produce 4 Million Fraudulent Votes

| Feb 14
A voting machine company didn't cause malfunctions that created 4 million fraudulent Democratic votes, as a hoax site claimed. Federal elections officials say the company named in the piece doesn't exist.

Oklahoma Pulling Up Red Carpet Offered to Wind Industry

Oklahoma Pulling Up Red Carpet Offered to Wind Industry

| By Sean Murphy | Feb 13
Lawmakers have ended all the state incentives to the wind energy industry and now are considering a new production tax and even capping previously guaranteed incentives.

The White House's Promised Spanish Website? Nada de Nada

The White House's Promised Spanish Website? Nada de Nada

| By Luis Alonso Lugo | Feb 12
A year into the Trump administration, the White House website still has no Spanish-language content, unlike during the two previous administrations and even though nearly 1 in 5 people in the United States speaks Spanish.

Equifax Hack Put More Info at Risk Than Consumers Knew

Equifax Hack Put More Info at Risk Than Consumers Knew

| By Sarah Skidmore Sell | Feb 12
The Equifax data breach exposed more of consumers' personal information than the company first disclosed last year, according to documents given to lawmakers.

Inventors Have Their Own Oscars: The Sci-Tech Awards

Inventors Have Their Own Oscars: The Sci-Tech Awards

| By Sandy Cohen | Feb 11
Presented since 1931, the film academy's Scientific and Technical Awards recognize engineering and design achievements that have had a lasting influence on the art of filmmaking.

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