Broadcasting in both English and Spanish with Facebook's new live-streaming tool, one of the nation's most recognizable anchors has found millions of viewers.
The All Writs Act of 1789 was cited by a federal magistrate in ordering Apple to unlock an iPhone.
Angus King, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, talks to Steve Inskeep about who should be able to compel companies to allow law enforcement access to encrypted communications.
A federal court is battling Apple over encryption. The Mozilla Foundation launched a pro-encryption campaign. Steve Inskeep talks to Mark Surman, the foundation's executive director.
Apple's clash with the federal government over unlocking the phone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters has exposed how inadequate much of U.S. law is in the face of fast-evolving technologies.
Despite an uptick this week, the value of China's currency has been sliding since August. What does all this mean for China's slowing growth and the global economy?
Complaints were up about 30 percent last year over 2014. The most frequent complaints were about flights being delayed or cancelled, and luggage that was lost or damaged.
The showdown between the FBI and Apple could result in huge changes for security and privacy, but one thing it may not do is deliver a big break in the San Bernardino case.
The question of whether tech companies should be required to build backdoors has been floating around Congress for years. A public fight over the San Bernardino terrorism case could break the logjam.
Apple is in a unique position to challenge the FBI's request for access to a terrorist suspect's iPhone. Nonetheless, more tech companies worry about the precedent.
There was a time when heads of corporations made a lot less money. And then suddenly, average CEO pay shot up. Planet Money explores why America's CEOs got a big raise.
After spewing methane into the atmosphere for months, a storage well near Porter Ranch, Los Angeles, has been permanently sealed and taken out of service, state officials and the gas utility say.
Wal-Mart's sales and profits took hits last year as the company closed stores, raised wages, cut prices and sweated out a warm December. But those same factors helped workers and shoppers.
Reviewers who've looked at the phone say it doesn't offer anything special – except for a price that's far below anything else on the market. It's also the subject of much speculation.
"We're talking about gloves, full body cover and goggles," says a porn industry executive of the California proposal to require condom use on the set. Proponents say it's about workplace safety.
The boxer has apologized "for hurting people by comparing homosexuals to animals," but he also reiterated that he was merely going by "what the Bible says."
Renee Montagne talks to Robin Givhan, the fashion critic for The Washington Post, who gives us her take on New York's fashion week.
Apple says it would fight a federal court order to help the FBI break into a dead terrorist's iPhone. The feds say they're being kept out by one of the phone's security features.
A proposal launched today could result in boxes that subscribes could buy, not just rent, and that could provide streaming online content alongside traditional cable channels.
Despite changes after the 2008 financial crisis, Neel Kashkari, one of the leading figures in the federal bailout, says major banks are still at risk. "I don't think we've gone far enough," he says.