congress Read Now The Transhumanist Party's Presidential Candidate On the Future of Politics by Zoltan Istvan · 3 days ago Presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan lays out his vision for the future of a global politics where virtual reality, mind-reading headsets, and AI governors are the norm. Read Now The Most Anti-Science Congress in Recent History Is Now in Session by Brian Merchant · 1 week ago Scientists and science historians argue that Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and other climate change deniers may be heading up the most “egregiously wrong-headed” Congress in modern times. Read Now The New CISPA Is Identical to the Old One, But the Political Climate Is Scarier by Jason Koebler · 2 weeks ago The Sony hack revived the controversial anti-piracy, anti-privacy bill. Read Now The Year the Climate Changed Everything by Brian Merchant · 1 month ago That 2014 is turning out to be the hottest year ever recorded is, sadly, not particularly remarkable. What we started doing about it is. Read Now The Sony Hack Is Not an Excuse to Pass Bad Cybersecurity Laws by Jason Koebler · 1 month ago “This will be a case study I can guarantee will be both used and misused in everything from legislation to cybersecurity sales pitches.” Read Now An Obviously Fake Guide to Building an H-Bomb Was Used to Legitimize Torture by Jason Koebler · 1 month ago How a satirical and obviously fake article from the 1970s was used to prop up the CIA's torture program. Read Now It’s ‘Nearly Impossible’ to Police Drone Use, US Admits by Jason Koebler · 1 month ago With drones, “cat is out of the bag” and the FAA has no idea what to do about it. Read Now The Senate Votes to Halt the Keystone XL Pipeline by Brian Merchant · 2 months ago For now. Read Now Congress Is Taking More Uber Rides than a Drunken Undergrad with a Tax Rebate by Kaleigh Rogers · 2 months ago So far this year, members have taken 2,800 Uber rides compared to just 1,800 taxi rides. Read Now Washington DC's Billion Dollar Dystopian Fiction Farm by Brian Merchant · 2 months ago Some $4 billion poured into TV campaign ads this year, which are becoming better produced and more negative—many are essentially works of speculative fiction. This may be the year that Washington came to rival Hollywood as a mass producer of dystop… << First< Previous123456789Next >Last >> Connect To Motherboard Most Popular 4chan Founder Chris ‘Moot’ Poole Retires at 26 The Best Things SkyMall Ever Sold This Battery Has Lasted 175 Years and No One Knows How Silk Road Journal Found on Ulbricht's Laptop: 'Everyone Knows Too Much' Illinois Says Rule-Breaking Students Must Give Teachers Their Facebook Passwords Is 'SimCity' Homelessness a Bug or a Feature?