Part 1 of Who is 'Europe'?, a weekly series on how European natives and residents are responding to pressures from terrorism, migration, nationalism, and the 'European project.'
New, commercially available encryption software 'had and is having major, profound effects on our ability' to collect intelligence, 'particularly against terrorists,' James Clapper told reporters at a Monitor-hosted breakfast.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, which is opposed by both leading candidates, is a key element of President Obama’s effort to increase US engagement with the Pacific region and help offset China’s rising influence.
The Environmental Protection Agency plans to finalize rules to curb methane emissions from the oil and gas sector this spring, EPA administrator Gina McCarthy said Tuesday.
Despite fierce resistance from groups such as the National Rifle Association – and safety and privacy concerns about the technology – many gun owners appear open to technology the Obama administration and many tech entrepreneurs say will reduce firearm deaths.
With criminal hackers becoming more effective at breaking into computer systems, cybersecurity researchers, government agencies, and academics are looking to artificial intelligence to detect – and fight – cyberattacks.
At a Passcode event, the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity at the University of California, Berkeley unveiled a series of scenarios exploring the various alternate futures of the Internet.
Since the attack in San Bernardino, Calif., Moina Shaiq has invited people to join her in a conversation.
Coeur d'Afrique is paying young people to collect plastic litter, which is clogging rivers and blocking gutters. Cameroon's capital has seen some of its worst flooding on record in the past two years.
Rome's residents are filling potholes, yanking weeds, and bagging trash. In doing the work, they're experimenting with what is a novel concept for many Italians: a sense of civic duty.