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Vignesh Ramachandran is a digital news editor for the PBS NewsHour. Ramachandran is also co-founder of Red, White and Brown Media, focused on building media representation and sharing South Asian American stories. Previously, he was at ProPublica, the Stanford Computational Journalism Lab and NBC News Digital.
And while social media giants like Facebook and Twitter have come under intense scrutiny for hosting misinformation, private messaging services like Telegram, South Korea’s Kakao, the China-based WeChat and the largest--WhatsApp--have been more difficult to monitor because they host private,…
National security programs and their reach went through significant changes in the period that followed 9/11.
At the 20th anniversary of 9/11, American Muslims are considering what the last two decades have meant for them and their communities.
As a slew of disruptive ransomware attacks have rattled the U.S., here’s what you should know as debate over cybersecurity and how to fight ransomware continues.
The indictment alleges a “scheme to defraud” tax authorities at the federal, state and city level in New York through tax evasion that occured since at least 2005.
Newly passed federal legislation advocates for better hate crime reporting and collection, but the government’s track record with data is spotty.
As more Americans get vaccinated and many start returning to workplaces, transit agencies see this transition to a post-pandemic society as an opportunity to fundamentally change how public transit works.
A cyberattack left one of the country’s largest pipelines stalled, driving Americans into a panic to buy gasoline.
Asian American businesses are dealing with the spate of hate crimes, adding to the pandemic’s already difficult economic crisis.
Fast-growing Asian American population set to change business and politics in the U.S.
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