Columbia University

In this photo provided by the New York Unified Court System, a virtual arraignment is conducted at Criminal Court in New York, Wednesday, March 25, 2020. New York City's criminal court has started conducting all arraignments by video conferencing to limit traffic in courthouses during the coronavirus outbreak. (New York Unified Court System via AP)

Video conference calls might be limiting your creativity

A detailed academic study shows that the video meeting format limits creativity, relative to how many ideas people come up with when they meet in person.

Read more
Amelia Brust/Federal News NetworkJason Healey

When ransomware attacks US infrastructure, it’s tricky to know when to return fire

Read more
headshot of Jason Healey

Jay Healey: A peek inside DHS’ cyber portfolio

Read more
Federal News Radio pinwheel icon

Census Bureau: From Commerce to independence?

Read more