Feb 17, 2016

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Why Apple is fighting a court order to unlock an iPhone used by one of the gunmen in the San Bernardino shooting; a look at the high tension and high stakes over islands in the South China Sea; and how an Arizona bank employee became a NHL backup goalie for a day.

 

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Arizona bank employee gets a shot as Coyote's goalie

Feb 17, 2016
Nathan Schoenfeld had practiced with the hockey team before.
Backup goaltender Nathan Schoenfeld of the Arizona Coyotes on the ice following the NHL game against the Montreal Canadiens. 
Christian Petersen/Getty Images

France might pass a law that lets people legally ignore emails after work

Feb 17, 2016
Some are calling it the "right to disconnect"
Imagine letting them pile up like this on the weekend. 
Sarah Menendez/Marketplace

Dispatches from Venezuela: Red roofs and the new ogling

Feb 17, 2016
From the notebook of Marketplace correspondent Scott Tong, on the ground in Venezuela.
The higher you climb in Venezuela's barrios, the poorer the people are who live there.
Jorge Galindo/Marketplace

John Kerry sits down with Hollywood's message machine

Feb 17, 2016
The Secretary of State met with a group of studio heads to talk about ISIS
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry talked with Hollywood executives Tuesday about using compelling stories to fight ISIS.
Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images

Apple battles federal government on court order

Feb 17, 2016
Authorities worry that they'll erase an iPhone's data while trying to unlock it.
Apple will fight an order to unlock the phone of a San Bernardino gunman. Above, investigators searched the home of Syed Farook, one of the shooters, on December 3. 
Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

In British port, many welcome idea of leaving the EU

Feb 17, 2016
Britain could Brexit unless given a pass on rules over migrants and fiscal union.
Veterans pay their respects at the Operation Fuller memorial service on the Dover seafront.
Stephen Beard/Marketplace

Chinese missiles point to islands' real stakes

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Feb 17, 2016
Economics doesn't rank highly in drivers of the South China Sea dispute
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop (L) shakes hands with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi as she arrives for a meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on February 17, 2016 in Beijing, China. Bishop is visiting China to discuss the concerns surrounding the militarization of islands in the South-China Sea.
Wu Hong-Pool/Getty Image

'Too big to fail' worries still persist

Feb 17, 2016
The head of the Minneapolis Fed says he remains concerned.
Neel Kashkari says the U.S. economy could tank if big banks fail. 
Photo by Jonathan Ernst/Getty Images

The high-priced taste of Maine shrimp

Feb 17, 2016
Some fishermen are catching the coveted seafood in the name of science.
Maine shrimp are unloaded from a trawler, the De Dee Mae II, as part of a limited catch for research.
Caroline Losneck

Why Apple is fighting a court order to unlock an iPhone used by one of the gunmen in the San Bernardino shooting; a look at the high tension and high stakes over islands in the South China Sea; and how an Arizona bank employee became a NHL backup goalie for a day.