The Pentagon released a report on Monday linking the Chinese military to cyberattacks on US government systems. But the report also detailed the Chinese military's development of hardware Anchor Marco Werman talks with Mary Kay Magistad in Beijing.
A guy in San Francisco watching events unfold in Watertown, MA a week ago posted an intriguing scenario on Facebook: "What if the manhunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had ended with a drone strike?" The post then went viral...in Pakistan.
Brian Fishman, a counterterrorism research fellow at the New America Foundation, talks with anchor Marco Werman about Inspire, an online magazine that published a recipe for a pressure cooker bomb like the ones used at the Boston Marathon bombings.
As investigators gather information about the Boston marathon bombing suspects, one focus is whether the suspects were influenced by online militant websites. Host Marco Werman talks with Rita Katz, of SITE Intelligence Group.
Several scientific groups are tracking the global spread of infectious diseases by monitoring Twitter, web searches, and other content online. The World's Rhitu Chatterjee looks at the promise and challenges of disease surveillance via the internet.
A new survey conducted by the BBC is challenging traditional notions of social class in Britain. Instead of the traditional three, sociologists say its more accurate to speak of seven different classes in Britain.
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