In the Media

You would be much happier on permanent daylight saving time

Researchers say that extra hour of sunshine saves lives on the roadways, reduces crime, increases leisure activity and may save a little electricity. Steve Calandrillo, a professor of law at the UW, is quoted. (Source: Vice News | HBO)

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5 ways life would be better if it were always daylight saving time

"(Daylight saving time) saves lives and energy and prevents crime. Not surprisingly, then, politicians in Washington, California and Florida are now proposing to move to DST year-round," writes Steve Calandrillo, professor of law at the UW. (Source: The Conversation)

How Trump's emergency declaration could strain our court system

Kim Malcolm talks with University of Washington associate law professor Lisa Manheim about President Trump's national emergency declaration to build a border wall. (Source: KUOW)

WSJ: Jeff Bezos' Journey From Private Family Man to Tabloid Sensation

The Amazon CEO cultivated a persona of the billionaire who did dishes, until his company moved into Hollywood. Professor Terry Price is quoted. (Source: The Wall Street Journal)

Trump’s 'border crisis' doesn’t exist — but experts say the pain his policies created does

President Trump gave a prime time address about what he called the "National Security crisis on our Southern Border" in a tweet. Mary Fan is quoted. (Source: Bustle)

California could soon have its own version of the internet

A series of laws passed in California this year raise a new possibility: that individual U.S. states will splinter off into their own versions of the internet. Ryan Calo is quoted. (Source: Wired)