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Trump is embracing the cult of innovation in government. But as he learned last week, moving fast and breaking things doesn't always work in Washington. The post Innovation Can Fix Government, Sure. Either That or Break It appeared first on WIRED.
The embattled ridesharing giant gets back on the road in Tempe, Pittsburgh, and San Francisco. The post Uber Redeploys Its Self-Driving Cars After a Wreck in Arizona appeared first on WIRED.
Congressional phone lines are often busy. Voicemail is often full. Stance will keep calling until your message gets through. The post Want Congress to Protect Your Privacy? A Clever App Makes the Call for You appeared first on WIRED.
Kambalny, the southernmost volcano in Kamchatka, erupted unexpectedly over the weekend, sending ash up over the Pacific Ocean. The post A Russian Volcano Just Erupted for the First Time in Centuries appeared first on WIRED.
By hijacking the DNA of a human cell, they showed it's possible to program it like a simple computer. The post Scientists Hack a Human Cell and Reprogram It Like a Computer appeared first on WIRED.
Who left the lights out? The post The New Justice League Trailer Packs In Everything Wrong with DC's Dark Movie Universe appeared first on WIRED.
The stentor is one of the strangest, most mysterious organisms on Earth, and it just might be swimming in a pond near you. The post Stentors: The Tiny Giants That Ink Like Squid and Regenerate Like Wolverine appeared first on WIRED.
Spanish architect David Romero is resurrecting Frank Lloyd Wright's lost buildings one hyper-realistic rendering at a time. The post Beautiful Renderings Resurrect Frank Lloyd Wright's Demolished Buildings appeared first on WIRED.
We know where this season is going—let's pump the brakes on all these mini-cliffhangers and just get to the catharsis. The post The Walking Dead Recap Season 7 Episode 15: Can People Just Start Fighting Already, Please? appeared first on WIRED.