Writer Garrett M. Graff has condensed into one brilliant essay what we have been trying to warn Americans about since this site’s inception in 2004: Fox News poses an existential threat to our country and it is not because of its conservative viewpoint.
"Walking Dead" star Norman Reedus (aka Darryl)might play a zombie slayer on-screen, but swears he'd be toast during a real zombie apocalypse.
Agent Topple's mustache does its dirty work, and Nicole brokers a deal for peace. But why is the NSA collecting millions of Instagram brunch photos? And if your waffles have nothing to hide, what are they so worried about?
Daenerys Targaryen's dragons on HBO's Games of Thrones are fan favorites, and WIRED brings us an incredible, exclusive look at how they were brought to life by the visual effects artists at Pixmondo.
Topple's bravado is put to the test when his old-school spy game gets the green light. Winters busts out her best pep talk, but can Topple get back to his fighting weight? The fate of the world rests on the shoulders of one man—and his mustache.
Nicole accuses Topple of treason and Topple plays the class card. But do average Americans really want to live in world where elites are held to the same standards? We think not.
"Codefellas," Episode 6: Nicole strikes back with a hefty dose of new-school espionage, but Topple is not to be outdone. Hint: you can't topple Topple 'cuz Topple don't stopple!
Codefellas, Episode 5: After recently discovering Winters is actually his supervisor, Agent Topple mobilizes the full power of the National Security State to neutralize this inconvenient threat on his own security.
Agent Topple is alarmed by an urgent alert from the PRISM program followed-up by a shocking revelation by Nicole. These overwhelming discoveries leave him in a rather panicked state.
Agent Topple reveals a few tricks of the pre-digital trade when Winters attempts to explain to him how computers work. Agent Topple is Not Impressed.
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