- Making News: Sobig.F, the Fastest Spreading E-Mail Virus of All Time
From the US to South Korea, a frantic electronic hunt is underway for 20 home computers, which could unleash a barrage of data that will cripple the Internet. Nick Brigman, vice president of product strategy for the Internet security company Red Siren, has more on the cat-and-mouse game being played with the time-bomb virus called Sobig, what it means and what you can do.
- Reporter's Notebook: Little League World Series
By the time the World Series is over on Sunday night, ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC will have aired 35 Little League games, three times more than were televised just three years ago. So, who really wins, and what are the lessons? Freelance writer Josh Levin, who recently wrote -Little League Bullies- for Slate.com, calls the play-by-play on the battle between commercialism and the cute factor in America-s rite of passage.
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Politics and ‘incivility’ One Democrat wants Trump aides confronted in public over separating immigrant families. But her party’s leaders call that “incivility.” The question is: does moderation accomplish real change -- or is it a smokescreen for the status quo? When it comes to achieving racial equality, what’s worked and what hasn’t?
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