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Hiding in N. Virginia, a daughter of Auschwitz

Written by Thomas Harding Brigitte Höss lives quietly on a leafy side street in Northern Virginia. She is retired now, having worked in a Washington fashion salon for more than 30 years. She recently…
PUBLISHED: Sept. 7, 2013
LENGTH: 7 minutes (1891 words)

Armed Educators a Reality in Some Schools, Debated in Others

Smoke and shell casings fly as teachers and staff from Clifton Independent School District in Clifton, Texas, fire handguns at a range just outside of Clifton during training on what they need to…
AUTHOR:Nirvi Shah
PUBLISHED: Feb. 15, 2013
LENGTH: 9 minutes (2477 words)

Fragmentation leaves Android phones vulnerable to hackers

In late October, researchers at North Carolina State University alerted Google to a security flaw that could let scam artists send phony text messages to Android phones — a practice called…
PUBLISHED: Feb. 6, 2013
LENGTH: 1 minutes (490 words)

Who’s Counting? At the White House, It’s Mark Knoller

“Mark, when was President Obama’s last full news conference?” asks a reporter from Reuters who, apparently on deadline, has just popped into the cramped press booth Mark Knoller…
PUBLISHED: Jan. 8, 2013
LENGTH: 4 minutes (1058 words)