Three key areas need progress, King said at a Monitor breakfast Wednesday: equity; elevating the teaching profession; and access, affordability, and graduation rates in college.
At a Monitor breakfast, AFL-CIO chief Richard Trumka said he has 'absolute trust' in Hillary Clinton to make major changes in the TPP free trade deal.
Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said he's considering whether to designate the US election system as critical infrastructure, which could trigger greater cybersecurity at the ballot box.
After last week's cyberattack leveraged insecure internet-connected devices to wage a denial of service attack, many experts urged consumers to change passwords. But that alone won't solve the problem.
At a hacking competition Passcode hosted in Washington, Phyllis Schneck said threats against critical infrastructure "keeps us up at night" – and encouraged young security researchers to partner with the government to help curtail the threat.
On this bonus episode of The Cybersecurity Podcast, Passcode's Jack Detsch recaps the "Security of Things Forum" in Boston last month.
Takehiko Yoshizawa’s Japan Car Sharing Association has aided residents since the 2011 tsunami. The effort expanded this year after twin earthquakes in southern Japan.
More than half of people in 140 countries surveyed had helped strangers – with many of the most generous in countries hit by disaster and war.
Recognizing the benefits for users and owners, government agencies and developers are making it easier for real estate to become available for temporary use. Fremantle, Australia, is a case in point.