The politics of '12 Angry Men' has never really left us and probably never will
When I’m not analyzing the subtext of the latest pop culture offerings, on most days I get to interact with people from all walks of life, dealing with all sorts of situations. I meet people with children who in one way or another face a life of hardship
China ruling could ban some Apple iPhones sales amid Qualcomm fight
Qualcomm, the biggest supplier of chips for mobile phones, filed its case in China in late 2017, arguing that Apple infringed patents on features related to resizing photographs and managing apps on a touchscreen.
Bottom line: Federal prosecutors think the president committed a felony in pursuit of his presidency
As the title says, federal prosecutors think the president committed a felony in pursuit of his presidency. At what point does the legitimacy of his presidency get called into question? And even if it does, I’m not sure we have the mechanism to address that
GoPro will move production of most U.S.-bound cameras out of China by next summer
China and the United States have been slapping each other with massive tariffs and more may come if the trade war continues to escalate, prompting some companies to move manufacturing out of China. One of the latest is GoPro, which announced it will move prod
Shah, who joined Instagram in 2015, assumed the position previously held by Adam Mosseri, who was appointed as Instagram#39;s head in October, following the high-profile exits of co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger in September.
Trump makes history with record-breaking government spending ... on golf carts
The current presidential administration’s capacity for corruption seems limitless. The big-ticket items, like tax breaks for the wealthy and the epic destruction of environmental protections and public lands, are the most glaring and far-reaching. But every
A historic first: country's first charter school strike may be over, with a victory for teachers
Acero charter school teachers walked off the job in Chicago on Dec. 4, beginning the first charter teachers strike. By that Friday, Acero Schools officials were saying that the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) was “violating” the Illinois Educational Labo
Google is bringing its Lens visual search feature to the iOS Google app, giving iPhone users a new way to search the web on mobile. By tapping on the Google Lens icon, you dive straight into the camera at which point if Google recognizes something in the spac