The Washington Post Will Publish Every Single One of Its Articles on Facebook

If you stopped reading The Washington Post when the newspaper declared war on your AdBlock earlier this month, Bezos and Zuckerberg might have just found a way to draw you back into the fold: Today, the Post announced that it’ll begin publishing 100% of its stories as Facebook Instant Articles.
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All the Dreamy Drone Businesses the FAA's Proposed Rules Would Kill

There are plenty of very good, fun, and helpful things that drones can do—things like monitoring crops and delivering beer and saving lives. Unfortunately, over the weekend, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released the first draft of its rules for commercial drones, and guess what? The rules would make a… »2/17/15 10:45am2/17/15 10:45am

All the President's Men Is What Made Me Want to Become a Journalist

Ben Bradlee was editor of the Washington Post when the newspaper did something phenomenal: It took down the Nixon administration in the Watergate scandal. I didn't know anything about Bradlee or newspapers or the Washington Post when I saw the 1976 film about the scandal—I only knew I wanted to work somewhere just… »10/22/14 8:25pm10/22/14 8:25pm

FT: Thousands of Confidential Bloomberg Terminal Messages Found Online

Just the other day, the New York Post outed Bloomberg reporters for monitoring Bloomberg terminals to track Wall Street traders' accounts. Now, the Financial Times has pointed out another egregious but unrelated security problem: apparently more than ten thousand confidential terminal records have been on the Internet »5/13/13 6:30pm5/13/13 6:30pm

Bloomberg Reporters Used Shady Terminal Access To Spy on Finance Types

Trading on Wall Street is basically a huge game of poker and it would be kind of hard to bluff or cover your strategy if Bloomberg News reporters were watching your Bloomberg terminal to track your every move. So you'd assume that said reporters wouldn't abuse their corporate affiliation like that, because it would be… »5/12/13 9:00am5/12/13 9:00am

Reporter Who Doesn't Want Her Public Tweets Published Allegedly Posted a Teen’s Private Sex Diary Online

"Investigative reporter" Teri Buhl is running around the Internet threatening to sue people for publishing her public tweets. That's ridiculous in and of itself. But then your head just about explodes when you realize that a few years ago she published a teenager's private sex diary online without permission. What a… »2/07/13 1:40pm2/07/13 1:40pm

Chinese Hackers Have Been Hacking the New York Times for the Past 4 Months

Because the NY Times recently exposed China's Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao, for having made billions of dollars through business dealings, Chinese hackers have been trying to hack and infiltrate the NY Times for the past 4 months. Security experts say the hackers used methods consistent with the Chinese military. »1/30/13 10:21pm1/30/13 10:21pm