Posted 1 day agoOn December 11, The Desk will conduct the first-ever live interview with members of the Syrian Electronic Army.
Posted 3 days agoPolice busted a man for allegedly trying to steal copper material from the construction site of Apple’s new “spaceship” campus over the weekend.
Posted 6 days agoTIME Magazine’s annual “Person of the Year” online poll was compromised by the Syrian Electronic Army on Friday, the latest in a campaign of cyber attacks focused on the media by the pro-Syria group.
Posted 1 week agoA computer hard drive used by Adam Lanza contained pro-pedophile literature among other things, a report released Monday afternoon revealed.
Journalists are upset over a White House “Photo of the Day” they claim was released as a crass response to a complaint made earlier in the week.
The Tribune Company will lay off approximately 700 employees working in “non-editorial functions” of its eight newspapers.
Al Jazeera is not a hit with cable viewers. The channel should stop looking to cable and start looking to the web if it wants to survive.
The Desk spent most of Tuesday pouring over the thousands of documents released Monday by the ODNI. Here are some key takeaways from the now-unclassified documents.
The National Security Agency acknowledged it received some financial and personal information when it collected telephone metadata in 2006.
The domain name registrar that serves the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper experienced a cyber attack on Saturday, leaving some readers unable to access the website over the weekend and into Monday morning.