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A ‘Worst Nightmare’ Cyberattack: The Untold Story Of The SolarWinds Hack

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — The routine software update may be one of the most familiar and least understood parts of our digital lives. A pop-up window announces its arrival and all that is required of us is to plug everything in before bed. The next morning, rather like the shoemaker and the elves, our software… Read More

Greta Thunberg beside the Bełchatów coal power station in Poland.

Earth Day Special on PBS “GRETA THUNBERG: A YEAR TO CHANGE THE WORLD ” – Thursday, April 22, 8-11 pm


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PBS ANNOUNCES NEW THREE-PART SERIES GRETA THUNBERG: A YEAR TO CHANGE THE WORLD   Premieres Earth Day, Thursday, April 22 on PBS     PBS, in partnership with BBC Studios’ Science Unit, announces a new three-part documentary series following teen environmental activist Greta Thunberg as she seeks to raise awareness of the accelerating climate change. GRETA… Read More

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Judge Gayle Williams-Byers and Prosecutor Keller Blackburn Discuss Positive Potential of Criminal Justice System

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WOUB Digital · Speaking With Judge Gayle Williams-Byers and Prosecutor Keller Blackburn The Institute For Criminal Policy Research found that the United States has the highest per capita incarceration rate of any country in the world, with some 698 people incarcerated for every 100,000. These numbers can be broken down further, revealing stark racial disparity… Read More