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The Atlantic
The Disasters That Keep the Experts Up at NightFor years before Hurricane Katrina, storm experts warned that a big hurricane w
The Disasters That Keep the Experts Up at Night
The Atlantic / Posted 5 hours ago
For years before Hurricane Katrina, storm experts warned that a big hurricane would inundate the Big Easy. Reporters noted that the levees were unstable and could fail. Yet hardly anyone paid attention to these Cassandras until after the levees had... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The nine greatest stealth gamesAfter years in development, a fascinating prelude and some interesting marketin
The nine greatest stealth games
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
After years in development, a fascinating prelude and some interesting marketing decisions, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was finally released Tuesday. Following grizzled hero Big Boss on his journey into war-torn Afghanistan, the latest title... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
5 things you need to know Tuesday1. Judge to rule on Deflategate A judge could rule on the Deflategate case as
5 things you need to know Tuesday
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted yesterday
1. Judge to rule on Deflategate A judge could rule on the Deflategate case as early as Tuesday after final efforts to reach a settlement failed. Either NFL quarterback Tom Brady or NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will likely appeal the ruling, which... Read more
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The Daily & Sunday Review
Letter to the Editor, Aug. 27, 2015 - LettersSome thoughts EDITOR: Tom Clancy would have enjoyed reading C.J. Marshall's no
Letter to the Editor, Aug. 27, 2015 - Letters
The Daily & Sunday Review / Posted 5 days ago
Some thoughts EDITOR: Tom Clancy would have enjoyed reading C.J. Marshall's novella, "It would be hell, either way." The reality we're facing is not just having a nuke sneak attack, but that we have a commander-in-chief leading the world in a hardy... Read more
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International Business Times
Bumper video game preview: MGS 5, Fallout 4, Star Wars, Call of Duty, Tomb Raider and 26 more From September through until the end of the year the video game release schedul
Bumper video game preview: MGS 5, Fallout 4, Star Wars, Call of Duty, Tomb Raider and 26 more
International Business Times / Posted 11 days ago
From September through until the end of the year the video game release schedule is absolutely rammed with big releases, from the returns of Guitar Hero and Rock Band to the Rise of the Tomb Raider and the end of Hideo Kojima involvement in the Metal... Read more
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IGN
August's Best PSN DealsArkham Knight leads the charge for saving cash on PSN this month, followed clos
August's Best PSN Deals
IGN / Posted 13 days ago
Arkham Knight leads the charge for saving cash on PSN this month, followed closely by sweeping sales on Battlefield and Tom Clancy titles. Every week dozens of PS4, PS3 and Vita games go on sale in the PlayStation Store, and it's hard to keep up... Read more
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International Business Times
Rainbow Six Siege: Ubisoft delays tactical shooter until December Ubisoft has delayed the release of upcoming tactical multiplayer shooter Rainbo
Rainbow Six Siege: Ubisoft delays tactical shooter until December
International Business Times / Posted 14 days ago
Ubisoft has delayed the release of upcoming tactical multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six: Siege by seven weeks. The Tom Clancy title had been set for a 13 October launch but will now hit shelves worldwide on Tuesday, 1 December. A blog post on the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
General Hamid Gul, Pakistan spymasterGul was not a man to underestimate his own abilities: “The unruly Mujahideen co
General Hamid Gul, Pakistan spymaster
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Gul was not a man to underestimate his own abilities: “The unruly Mujahideen commanders obeyed and respected him like no one else,” he claimed in his online autobiography. In retirement he nursed a deep sense of grievance about the way he had been... Read more
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Columbus Alive
Spy movie franchises rankedThe List: This week, Guy Ritchie’s big-screen version of the ’60s T.V. show “
Spy movie franchises ranked
Columbus Alive / Posted 16 days ago
The List: This week, Guy Ritchie’s big-screen version of the ’60s T.V. show “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” looks to start another espionage franchise, so we’re spying our way through those that came before, from best to... Read more
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The Oakdale Leader
What will be the first great video game movie?Despite an embarrassingly long list of attempts, movies based on video games ha
What will be the first great video game movie?
The Oakdale Leader / Posted 19 days ago
Despite an embarrassingly long list of attempts, movies based on video games have never been the all-out hits they rightfully (in some cases, anyway) should be. The recent Adam Sandler flop “Pixels” — about aliens using '80s arcade games to attack... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Shawn Daniel: He was the kind of uncle every kid wantsShawn Daniel traveled the world fixing washing machines and dryers. Huge, 2- or
Shawn Daniel: He was the kind of uncle every kid wants
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
Shawn Daniel traveled the world fixing washing machines and dryers. Huge, 2- or 3-ton washers and dryers used in hospitals and hotels. Washers the size of three commercial dumpsters. Dryers big enough for three men to fit inside and play cards. "He... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
World War Tech: "Ghost Fleet" Puts Silicon Valley On The FrontlineWhen August Cole and Peter W. Singer jumped on the phone with me, they were doi
World War Tech: "Ghost Fleet" Puts Silicon Valley On The Frontline
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 21 days ago
When August Cole and Peter W. Singer jumped on the phone with me, they were doing promotion for their technothriller Ghost Fleet. A well-received Tom Clancy-esque tale of a 2030 war between China and the United States, it boasts back-cover blurbs... Read more
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The New Statesman
What can spy novelists learn from the enduring popularity of The Thirty-Nine Steps?I was first introduced to John Buchan’s The Thirty-Nine Steps in an English cla
What can spy novelists learn from the enduring popularity of The Thirty-Nine Steps?
The New Statesman / Posted 29 days ago
I was first introduced to John Buchan’s The Thirty-Nine Steps in an English class at the age of 12. The cover depicted a smoke-wreathed figure atop a stone staircase. The blurb told us that this book had, “peril, murder and conspiracy… threading... Read more
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Computer Business Review
5 most vicious cyberattacks on global governmentsAfter a hack on the German federal prosecutor's office, we review other damagin
5 most vicious cyberattacks on global governments
Computer Business Review / Posted 29 days ago
After a hack on the German federal prosecutor's office, we review other damaging hits. A cyberattack on the German federal prosecutor's office last week is only the latest incident of hacking against governments and public bodies from around the... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Publishers Weekly best-selling booksFICTION 1. "Go Set a Watchman" by Harper Lee (HarperCollins) 2. "The Girl on
Publishers Weekly best-selling books
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
FICTION 1. "Go Set a Watchman" by Harper Lee (HarperCollins) 2. "The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead) 3. "Code of Conduct" by Brad Thor (Atria/Emily Bestler Books) 4. "The English Spy" by Daniel Silva (Harper) 5. "Truth or Die" by... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BEST-SELLERS6 Copyright 5/8/2015 Publishers Weekly. Week ending 7/26/2015, powered by Niels
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BEST-SELLERS
New Jersey Herald / Posted 1 months ago
6 Copyright 5/8/2015 Publishers Weekly. Week ending 7/26/2015, powered by Nielsen Bookscan 5/8/2015 The Nielsen Company. HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "Go Set a Watchman" by Harper Lee (HarperCollins) 2. "The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins... Read more

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