Monthly Archives: March 2017

  • Opinion

The condition "effectively" -- even if unintentionally -- "prohibits Mike from using the Internet or a smartphone."

  • Opinion

Giuliani explained that Trump's executive order was not a Muslim ban, but the headline writers decided he said the opposite.

  • Analysis

Is VR/AR software more like a mushroom encyclopedia or like an aviation chart?

  • Opinion

What does it mean?

  • Analysis

Famed writer J.D. Vance suggests that successful people should hesitate to leave struggling communities. But they can better serve society by making it easier for all classes to vote with their feet.

  • Opinion

Can you sue someone for defaming your avatar?

  • Opinion

That's what EU branch leader Jean-Claude Juncker said he'd do, if Trump continues to urges other European countries to follow the Brexit.

  • Opinion

We shouldn't let the legal complexity obscure just how terrible, and how violative of cherished constitutional principles, the Trump administration's policies are.

  • Opinion

The child, the court says, "is better served by having the same name as the father who loves and cares for him than he is by having the name of [the mother's ex-husband] with whom he has no affiliation" -- but is that the right inquiry?

  • Analysis

Do the police need a warrant to download crash data from the event data recorder in a car that was in a terrible accident? Yes, a Florida appellate court holds in a divided decision.

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