A judge has ruled in favor of students who sued the state to change the way teachers are dismissed. We’ll find out what the Vergara verdict can mean for education around the state and the country. Plus, the hacker who broke into former President George W. Bush’s email and leaked his paintings online has been sentenced for his crimes. We take a look at his case and new reports about the cost of global cybercrime. Plus, a former CIA operative dishes about his covert work in some high-profile spy cases. We also hear about the most-highlighted passages from Kindle books and what they say about our reading habits. And we’ll hear why we shouldn’t dread haggling with car dealers.
Banner Image: CFT/CTA press conference on Vergara v. California trial; Credit: Neon Tommy