John K. Baw

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How an obsessive recluse blew the lid off the secret technology authorities use to spy on people's cellphones

It's called "Stingray," and it's a device used by both federal and state law-enforcement agencies to gain access to citizens' cellphone data.<p>Even though we're now getting a better sense of what Stingray does, we still know little about how this technology became known to the public.<p>A new radio …

Don't Get Addicted to Busyness

<b>Q: I’m a wife, mother, and bank manager and these days I feel like I am failing at all of it. I meditate each morning and do yoga, but I’m still</b> …

All 50 US states fail to meet global police use of force standards, report finds

US policing,US news,Human rights,Race issues,Obama administration,United Nations,Law,World news<p>Amnesty International report describes ‘shocking lack of fundamental respect for the sanctity of human life’ as nine states have no laws to deal with police force<p>Every state in the US fails to comply with …

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"You can have excuses, or you can have results. Not both."

Grow Muscle, Burn Fat

There’s no question that the more muscle you build, the easier it is to get lean. For decades it was assumed that this was due to the fact that …


The demon drink: war on sugar Our addiction to sugar is linked to obesity, cancer and heart disease – and soft drinks are among the worst offenders. Alex Renton reports on the new health war, and reveals why some fruit juices may be as bad for you as cans of fizz