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‘[I was] forced to take aggressive phone calls and stay on them, whether they were screaming and cursing or actively masturbating and asking perverted questions about lingerie’: As Victoria’s Secret lays off customer service staff, employees describe an ‘aggressive’ work environment

'The customers have more rights to abuse associates than the associates have to protect themselves.'

On Jun 15, 2023 by Braden Bjella

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EXCLUSIVE: Inside election officials’ frantic scramble to fix the Fat Bear Week voter fraud scandal

The staff handled it remarkably well.

On Nov 8, 2022 by David Covucci

John Draper 'Cap'n Crunch' interview

Hacking pioneer John Draper responds to sexual assault allegations [Updated]

Draper denies sexual assault claims but says he may have been aroused during 'energy workouts.'

On Nov 20, 2017 by David Gilmour

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Trump’s massive Twitter following is a sham

Nearly 14 million of Trump's Twitter followers are fake—and that's just the beginning.

On Oct 25, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich

Mike Holden, Donald Trump, and a flock of Twitter birds

Here’s what happened to @MikeHolden42 after Trump mistakenly retweeted his ‘fascist’ jab

Spoiler alert: Mike Holden's Twitter account went 'bananas' after Trump's retweet

On Aug 15, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich

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Behind Roger Stone’s unlikely, weed-fueled friendship with Smash Mouth

You never know who you'll become friends with.

On Aug 3, 2017 by Brian Patrick Byrne

Senate Judiciary Subcommittee Russia Hearing

Less than 1/3 of Republicans’ questions during Monday’s Russia hearing were about Russia

Republicans asked nearly as many questions about Sally Yates' travel ban objection as they did about Russia.

On May 9, 2017 by David Gilmour

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NASA blocks FOIA request for potential White House ‘media blackout’ orders

NASA appears to have invented a new rule that seemingly affects only users of a popular online FOIA service.

On Mar 21, 2017 by Dell Cameron

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Major leak exposes 400K recorded telemarketing calls, thousands of credit card numbers

The leak reveals the downside to being 'recorded for quality assurance.'

On Jan 26, 2017 by Dell Cameron

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What Chelsea Manning teaches us about the U.S. military’s mental health crisis

At the dawn of a Trump presidency, Manning's treatment reveals faults in the military's treatment of transgender service members.

On Jan 17, 2017 by Dell Cameron

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The past, present, and future of Barrett Brown

A new documentary by Alex Winter reveals where the controversial journalist is headed. This is how he got there.

On Dec 21, 2016 by Dell Cameron

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Dozens of police-spying tools remain after Facebook, Twitter crack down on Geofeedia

Geofeedia is out, but there are plenty of other surveillance platforms to choose from.

On Oct 11, 2016 by Dell Cameron

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Police documents reveal how law enforcement keep Stingray use secret

A fill-in-the-blank DOJ warrant enables police to hide Stingray capabilities from judges and the public.

On Oct 7, 2016 by Dell Cameron, Patrick Howell O'Neill

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Inside the magic sex cult recruiting from Facebook meme pages

Welcome to Tumple.

On Oct 5, 2016 by Angel Archer

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U.S. intelligence sources point to Russian hacking far beyond DNC

'The law firms will be hacked, the insurance companies will be hacked, because that’s where all the information is.'

On Sep 28, 2016 by Patrick Howell O'Neill