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Reported spending not indicative of Dem campaign against Arizona Rep. Mark Finchem — yet

On paper, the Democratic advocacy group MoveOn has spent more than $1.4 million against Republican Mark Finchem in his campaign to become Arizona’s next secretary of state. In reality, that number only reflects a technicality of campaign finance reporting, not actual campaigning.... Read more»

Expired driver’s licenses open lane for cybercriminals

After the COVID-19 pandemic hit last year, many states issued emergency declarations allowing driver’s licenses to remain valid past expiration dates, but those extensions mostly have ended and scammers are exploiting the need to make sure licenses are renewed.... Read more»

Holt to Trump: 'What evidence do you have?'

It’s a simple question, one that we ask candidates, campaigns and political committees all the time: “What evidence do you have?” It’s a question that needs to be asked more often by TV news anchors, as NBC’s Lester Holt did in his interview with Donald Trump. ... Read more»

Report: NSA collects millions of email contact lists in U.S., abroad

The latest revelations from documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden showed that the American spy agency has secretly been collecting millions of email and chat contact lists around the world.... Read more»

FAQ: What you need to know about the NSA’s surveillance programs

There have been a lot of news stories about NSA surveillance programs following the leaks of secret documents by Edward Snowden. But it seems the more we read, the less clear things are. We've put together a detailed snapshot of what's known and what's been reported where.... Read more»

No warrant, no problem: How the gov't can still get your digital data

The U.S. government isn't allowed to wiretap American citizens without a warrant from a judge. But there are plenty of legal ways for law enforcement, from the local sheriff to the FBI, to snoop on the digital trails you create every day.... Read more»1


General correspondence

The penis mightier than the sword. If you'll pardon the pun.... Read more»


Reverse-engineering Obama's message machine

How different are a campaign's emails to different voters? President Obama's re-election campaign tried at least six different messages sent on behalf of campaign deputy manager Julianna Smoot in an email blast last week. ... Read more»

BBB: Watch out for email attachment

The Better Business Bureau is issuing an urgent scam alert cautioning businesses and consumers about an email that is purporting to be from a bbb.org email address about a recently filed complaint. The email contains a dangerous attachment.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Pressure mounts on Israel as U.N. vote looms

It's a newsmaker interview with Guy Gelbart, Weintraub Israel Center Director at Tucson's Jewish Community Center. Plus, comet discoverer David Levy.... Read more»

Beware spam from Pima County servers

The Pima County IT department is warning about spam sent from county servers after a computer attack Wednesday. Recipients of county emails that offer a prize or request personal info should delete them immediately.... Read more»

The viral spiral of 2010

There's a reason they call chain e-mails "viral" — their transmission is swift, extensive and very hard to stop. They tend to contain indignant, outraged messages that are nearly always false and often malicious.... Read more»