Federal officials have said they’re only asking for narrow assistance in bypassing some security features on the iPhone, which they believe may contain information related to the mass murders. Apple has argued that doing so would make other iPhones more susceptible to hacking by authorities or criminals in the future.
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President Obama said Tuesday that the detention center is “contrary to our values” and is seen as “a stain on our broader record” of upholding the highest rules of law. Read more →
Many presidential hopefuls will invoke religion in selling themselves to voters, and the data show that could certainly pay off.
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Apple said that giving technology to the F.B.I. that would allow them to crack iPhone encryption carried “implications far beyond the legal case at hand.” Read more →
President Obama says he plans to pick a Supreme Court nominee following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, setting up a confrontation with Republicans who control the Senate. Read more →
“For far too long, we have forced tens of thousands of hard-working parents to make an impossible choice: to spend time with their newborn or recently adopted child, or earn the money they need to care for their families,” Dayton said. Read more →
“It’s kind of what we used to call ‘The Man,’ when you are against The Man,” said Nathan Gonzales, editor and publisher of the Rothenberg and Gonzales Political Report. “The establishment has become ‘The Man.'” Read more →
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders rode a wave of voter frustration with American politics to commanding victories in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primaries. Read more →
John Kasich took the most votes out of Dixville Notch early Tuesday morning, but it is expected to be a good night for Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in New Hampshire. Read more →
In New Hampshire, the night after the Iowa caucuses, it was hard not to feel the ‘Marco-mentum. Read more →