Associate Editor, Mashable
mashable.com — for Space.com NASA's plan to lasso an asteroid for astronauts as a deep-space dry run for a future mission to Mars has some members of Congress wondering if the space agency would be better off setting its sights on the moon instead. The asteroid mission was announced when President Barack Obama unveiled his 2014 NASA budget request.
mashable.com — Technology companies' public policy project of the year has been their fight for changes to the United States' immigration system. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote an op-ed about immigration reform and set up a political group to advocate for the cause.
mashable.com — AOL Founder Steve Case, whose been among high-tech immigration reform's most vocal advocates, will join in a Google Hangout Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. ET. Case will discuss the technology industry's stance on immigration policy with Mashable Politics Reporter Alex Fitzpatrick.
mashable.com — One of my favorite things about technology is its role in democratizing media. With little more than a laptop and Internet connection, I was able to start Mashable from a rather unlikely place - Banchory, Scotland - in 2005. But as the site started to experience tremendous growth, I knew I could no longer run every aspect of it by myself.
mashable.com — A supercell thunderstorm spawned a deadly F-4 tornado that ripped through Oklahoma City and its suburbs on Monday, and NASA satellites tracked and beamed images of the storm. As the storm plowed through the city, it left a devastated trail two miles wide and 17 miles long.
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