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Justice Department to mount another encryption push despite setbacks

The Justice Department has had some setbacks lately in its push for access to encrypted devices.

Facebook gets license for office in China after being locked out of the country for years

Facebook has obtained a license to set up an office in China — a first for the social media giant, which has been shut out of China's lucrative market for years despite many attempts to break in.

President Trump levels false attacks against The Post and Amazon in a pair of tweets

President Donald Trump used his Twitter account to make false and misleading attacks against The Washington Post and Amazon, the behemoth online retailer whose founder owns The Post.

Republican Senators drop bid to block President Trump from helping Chinese telecom giant ZTE

Bowing to White House demands, Republican Senators have backed off their attempt to reimpose US sanctions on the Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE.

Who should be most alarmed about the decline of local news? Republicans.

[Commentary]  Not only has voter participation in local elections fallen to dangerously low levels, but the health of local newspapers, traditional watchdogs for the most direct and abundant form of government in the United States, has also been d