Border Patrol Camera Data Hacked, Released
This week, Customs and Border Protection announced that hackers had stolen license plate images and travelers’ photos in what some inside the agency are calling a “major incident.”
The Challenges of Preserving Audio in the 21st Century
In light of a New York Times report detailing a 2008 Universal Studios fire that destroyed over 500,000 song recordings, The Takeaway looks into best practices for audio preservation.
Three Years Later, LGBTQ Gun Violence Activists Reflect on the Pulse Nightclub Shooting
The violence that unfolded in a once safe space became a call to action for many in the LGBTQ community.
Housing Crisis Outpaces Efforts to Slow Homelessness in LA
The homelessness crisis in Los Angeles worsens, even as tens of thousands find permanent housing.
Opioid Maker Insys Declares Bankruptcy After $225 Million Settlement
Insys Therapeutics has become the first major opioid manufacture to declare bankruptcy after facing fines resulting from fraud charges brought by the Justice Department.
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