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Firefight • On June 15, a Palestinian protester throws a burning projectile toward Israeli armed forces during a demonstration by the border with Israel. He and others were objecting to the ultra-nationalist Flag March in Jerusalem’s Old City celebrating the anniversary of Israel’s 1967 annexation of Jerusalem’s eastern sector.
Revenge of the Nerds • How amateur sleuths broke the Wuhan lab story
Do Your Employees Love Your Company? • Find out this fall when Newsweek and the Best Practice Institute unveil the first “Most Loved Workplaces” list
‘I’m A Nobel Laureate, But I Still Have Regrets’ • It’s only human to feel sadness about the roads not taken in your life even if you’re a big success
ARE WE HEADED FOR A CYBER PEARL HARBOR? • Digital attacks could push the U.S. and Russia into a REAL WAR
A TIMELINE OF TROUBLE • Over the past year, there have been more than a dozen significant cyber-incidents between the U.S. and Russian groups. They include:
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Sparks on the Screen • After decades of trying, the musical duo of Ron and Russell Mael are releasing two movies, a band documentary and an original musical
SPARKS FOR BEGINNERS • Sparks has produced 25 albums in five decades. Every Sparks fan is going to have their favorites. I tend to lean toward the Mael brothers’ later productions because I have been on and off with them for years depending on their style at the time. (Pitchfork’s description of their music: “operatic art-rock, new wave, house music, classical, metal…”) If you’re new to the band, though, you can’t go wrong with these.