‘My Life In His Pows’: How a loyal golden retriever became a full-time carer

Federal judge pokes holes in government’s case against Apple

A federal district court judge in New York today called into question several of the federal government’s arguments in its push to make Apple unlock San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook’s iPhone. U.S. Magistrate Judge James Orenstein, of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, focused much of his vigorous attack on the use of the All Writs Act in the case. Orenstein has spent the

2016 US Presidential Candidates on Education: Hillary Clinton

Editor’s Note: In advance of Super Tuesday, this is part 5 of 5 in Education News’ series on the 2016 US Presidential candidates’ stances on education. The order of publication was determined by random drawing. Links to descriptions of each candidate’s education platform are included at the end of each piece. Background In 1993, President Clinton appointed First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton to chair a national task force on healthcare. Under

This startup makes getting freelance help for your business as easy as sending a chat

Getting freelance help for business projects often feels more like dating than time-saving. Businesses have to post an attractive task, pick a freelancer to do it (based on little information) and then hope it’s a good match and that the work comes back at a decent quality. If it’s bad, they move onto the next one. If they find the “one” who is a good fit, they will generally take the freelancer off the