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Communities are building permanent memorials for victims of mass violence
Every time someone chips in, “it’s proof that love always wins.”
Unlocking iPhones spells money, and lots of it
Unlocking smartphones could be a nice money-maker for encryption companies.
NAND mirroring could be key to unlocking terrorist's phone
'Groundhog Day' helps explain the new method the government may be using to hack into the device.
Apple scores legal victory in New York
A federal judge in New York didn't buy a government argument to open up an iPhone.
Apple v. Justice Department: a battle over an iPhone
Apple CEO Tim Cook proposes that the government take the issue out of court.
American communities are putting themselves back together
The Fallows visited over 50 cities in three years to learn about community in America
Detroit City employees brace as judge mulls pension cuts
Today, a US district court considers Detroit's request for bankruptcy protection.
Entrepreneur channels San Bernardino's history
In the bankrupt city of San Bernardino, Calif., one entrepreneur isn't waiting for help from City Hall to achieve what he calls his destiny -- to launch a global fast food chain from the city.
The challenge of governing a bankrupt city
Since San Bernardino declared bankruptcy this summer, tensions have been rising and elected officials have been struggling to agree on a big idea to fix the city's problems.
Crime vexes bankrupt San Bernardino
San Bernardino is struggling to find its way out of the recession and out of bankruptcy. Crime is one of the biggest problems the city is facing, and there are many competing solutions.