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Inside the World’s Biggest Hacker Rickroll

As a graduation prank, four high school students hijacked 500 screens across six school buildings to troll their classmates and teachers.

The Sandman Is Almost Too Faithful to Its Source Material

Netflix’s series treats Neil Gaiman’s comic like gospel. It needed to treat it like inspiration.

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The Low Threshold for Face Recognition in New Delhi

Police in India's capital say they only require an 80 percent accuracy rate for matches, raising new alarm bells for civil liberty advocates.

How Long Droughts Make Flooding Worse

Parched ground is less likely to absorb water and increases the risk of dangerous flash floods. But there are ways to mitigate these conditions.

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Russia has made good on threats to reduce supply—leaving the EU to navigate several tough winters of energy squeezes.

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Hi-res imaging can help determine cause of death in very young babies—giving parents answers without the distress of an invasive autopsy.
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The State Department organization has called for people to share details about five key members of the hacking group.
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