For most people, it’s the click that brings a package to their door. But a look at Baltimore shows how Amazon may now reach into Americans’ daily existence in more ways than any corporation in history.
Scott ShaneI've spent several months taking a look at one of the most innovative, ruthless and powerful companies of our time, and everything is does in one American place: Amazon, in Baltimore, where I live.
That campaigns are now being fought largely online campaign is hardly a revelation, yet only one political party seems to have gotten the message.
Scott ShaneFascinating story from @AllMattNYT and @kevinroose that should make Democrats' blood run cold. Who'd have thought that the Trump campaign, whose supporters skew old, would be way ahead in digital strategy of the Dems, with all their millennial backers?
In February 2010, in the Taliban sanctuary of Marja, we were fighting to let Afghanistan build a democracy. Or something like that.
Scott ShaneRead this heartbreaking story about how war looks to those who fight it, by my colleague @Tmgneff. "We didn’t understand the Afghans. They mostly hated us for destroying their homes, accidentally killing them and showing up in helicopters..."
A stolen N.S.A. hacking tool was a component in a cyberattack on the city, people involved in the investigation have told The Times.
Scott ShaneNSA is pushing back, via a congressman, against the story by @nicoleperlroth and me on a stolen NSA hacking tool used in the attack on Baltimore. But we're told all four contractors working on the investigation have found the tool, EternalBlue. Details
American cities are being hijacked with an N.S.A. cyberweapon that has already done billions of dollars in damage overseas. The N.S.A. will say nothing.
Scott ShaneNSA spent a lot of taxpayer money developing hacking tools for espionage. Then it lost the tools. They've already done billions in damage around the world, and now they're being used to attack American cities. With @nicoleperlroth