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THE INTERNET BEGAN TO WOBBLE AT 7 a.m. Early on Oct. 21, servers at a little-known Internet infrastructure company, Dyn, based in Manchester, N.H., began experiencing an overwhelming flood of malicious traffc. By midday a coordinated series of attack
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F. SCOTT FITZGERALD FAMOUSLY WROTE, “The very rich … are different from you and me.” And he didn’t mean that in a good way. To paraphrase the author, whose themes often touched on the corrosive effects of extreme wealth, the superaffluent are soft an
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WIN OR LOSE, THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT AND HIS INNER CIRCLE WILL WAKE UP ON NOV. 9 WITH A DIGITAL MARKETING OPERATION THAT COULD POWER, SAY, A TV NETWORK, OR A POLITICAL MOVEMENT THAT EVISCERATES THE GOP
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John Dionas is a car dealer’s car dealer, with a big grin, a gold ring with five diamonds and a deep tan authenticated by a white line across the bridge of his nose. He has been in the business for three decades. For roughly 26 of those years, he say
WHEN IT COMES TO SCREEN TIME for kids, less is more. That’s what the American Academy of Pediatrics has maintained for years, warning that exposing young children to any kind of digital platform, from junk TV to educational apps, could lead to delaye
IN A PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE conspicuously devoid of substantive policy or civil agreement, there was one notable exception. By the end of the town-hall showdown on Oct. 9, it was clear both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agreed that President Obama’s
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JEFFREY KLUGER FEW THINGS MAKE A POST-1950S PRESIDENT APPEAR AS visionary as talking about going to Mars. At one point or another, almost all Presidents seem to do it. On Oct. 11, Obama joined the chorus, promising a public-private partnership to se
What you said about ... TEENS AND DEPRESSION Susanna Schrobsdorff’s Nov. 7 cover story on adolescent anxiety and depression sparked an outpouring of commentary, much of which stressed that the issue wasn’t on kids alone. Adults shouldn’t “let oursel
In April 2013, when the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh crumbled and killed more than a thousand garment workers, Western clothing executives were chastened. They were the ones, after all, who’d been pressuring Bangladesh’s apparel factories to che
What you said about ... TRUMP’S TOTAL MELTDOWN “What is [Donald Trump’s] long-term play?” asked Joe Scarborough in a discussion on MSNBC of Alex Altman and Michael Scherer’s Oct. 24 cover story about the Republican candidate’s chaotic campaign. Alth
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Leigh Gallagher WHAT DOES “DISRUPTION” EVEN LOOK LIKE ANYMORE? The 22-year-old coder who comes up with an idea that upends incumbents and mints billions may be the image that captures the popular imagination. But in reality, as you’ll see in the pag
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