- In its filing expected Thursday regarding access to the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter, the FBI is likely to argue that Apple has unlocked other iPhones in the past.
- A federal judge previously declined to issue an order forcing Apple to unlock a smartphone linked to a drug case.
- Prime Minister Robert Fico, who campaigned on an anti-immigrant platform, failed to lead his Smer-Social Democracy party to a majority, an exit poll suggested.
- The area lost more than 7,600 residents to other U.S. regions in 2014, the first time that has happened since 2011.
- Apple, represented in its dispute with the FBI by General Counsel Bruce Sewell, is outspent in D.C. by just about every other large tech company.
- FBI Director James Comey faced a skeptical House Judiciary Committee Tuesday as he made his case that Apple should comply with a court order to unlock an iPhone belonging to a San Bernardino shooter.