The colossal hack of Epik, an Internet-services company popular with the far right, has been called the “mother of all data lodes” for extremism researchers. Some of those named in the data have already lost their jobs.
In 1948, 14-year-old Bill Neff attended an airshow at Bolling Air Force Base in which a B-17 made a rough landing after being flown by remote control from Florida. Here it is on the right, under the control of a pilot aboard the “mother ship” on the left. (Bill Neff)