On Thursday, representatives of the Borders bookstore chain were in court with a plan to liquidate its remaining 399 locations as early as Friday. Jeffrey Brown discusses what's next for bookstores, the publishing industry and bookworms with Slate's Annie Lowrey.
Rep. Anthony Weiner admitted Monday that he is responsible for sending lewd photos.
Many of you have asked how the relaunched PBS NewsHour is doing now that we've celebrated our first birthday. The short answer is: very well. Simon Marks, president of MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, recently recapped the past year of our evolution for…
The Federal Trade Commission earlier this month proposed the creation of a so-called do-not-track option for Web users. Ray Suarez speaks with FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz and Mike Zaneis, general counsel of the Interactive Advertising Bureau, about the state of…
In the wake of the Gawker Media hacking over the weekend, Jeffrey Brown gets a wider perspective about the vulnerability of online information and the danger of further cyberattacks from James Lewis of the Center for Strategic and International Studies…
An 18-minute diversion of Internet traffic through China has raised security concerns around the world -- especially for governments and people in critical infrastructure -- and raises new concerns for online shoppers just ahead of Cyber Monday.
Ray Suarez looks at the varied reactions to the suicide of a student at Rutgers University and the legal questions it raises.
Potential new regulations could make it easier for federal officials to wiretap online communications, raising privacy concerns. Ray Suarez gets two views on the idea.
Spencer Michels wraps up his cybersecurity series with a look at online crimes and the technology being used to stop them.
Correspondent Spencer Michels has the story of political cartoonist Mark Fiore, the first Internet animator to win the Pulitzer Prize for political cartooning, and the occasional controversy sparked by his stinging political wit.
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