Here we go again. The Justice Department and Apple are waging yet another battle over the contents of an alleged terrorist's iPhone. And once again, Apple is taking the right position, while the government is prioritizing its short-term needs over the long-term security of consumers worldwide.
Alabamians will soon get a look at proposals to deal with the state’s dysfunctional prison system, but a member of the panel formulating a plan to put before the state Legislature gave us a hint Tuesday.
In pursuit of "geographic balance" and the desire to "become financially independent," and to raise their son their way and to launch a new charitable entity, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are stepping back from the House of Windsor and committing to split time between the United Kingdom an…
State Sen. Tim Melson wasn't surprised when Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall came out last week against allowing marijuana use for medical purposes in Alabama.
There's been a lot of chatter about whether Gov. Gavin Newsom will keep his promise to appoint a state "czar" to deal with California's apocalyptic crisis of homelessness. So far, Newsom has refused – and perhaps we should all be fine with that.
If someone battling suicidal thoughts is willing to ask for help, the phone line where counselors can be reached 24 hours a day should be as easy to remember and as speedy to dial as 911. Instead, the nation's suicide hotline number is 10 digits — 800-273-TALK — which heightens the risk of a…
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We're approaching a precipice of our Constitution.
These are some of the things I ask from presidential and congressional candidates:
Here we go again. The Justice Department and Apple are waging yet another battle over the contents of an alleged terrorist's iPhone. And once …