Final assembly of Boeing's newest 787 may happen in South Carolina, not Everett. Chris Sullivan explains why. // Ride-share cars like Lyft, Sidecar and UBERx aren't technically legal in Seattle. But they're everywhere, and city council is trying to figure out how to regulate them. // Edward Snowden is answering questions on-line this morning. Three former NSA whistleblowers say Snowden had no choice but to do what he did. The US made between 4,000 and 5,000 requests to Apple for user data from December through May. Requests most frequently related to fighting crime, searches for missing kids, efforts to find Alzheimer's patients, and suicide prevention. // The Supreme Court won't reconsider a jury's decision that an off-duty Seattle police officer who was cut off in traffic violated a man's rights by detaining him at gunpoint.