A year ago, few outside the telecom community had ever heard of net neutrality, despite extensive news coverage. Here's how a comedy program made the general public care about a topic considered 'even boring by C-SPAN standards.'
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved the nomination of Loretta Lynch, sending it to the full Senate for consideration. The vote was 12 to 8, with three Republicans voting in favor.
A survey released Thursday shows that the former secretary of State overwhelmingly leads likely Iowa voters, signaling a vast improvement over her caucus performance in 2008.
'Gotcha questions' sometimes elicit memorable answers. That's why they're asked. But the more time reporters can spend interviewing a candidate, the less likely they are to be asked.
The Pentagon's advanced research arm revealed its latest version of Plan X, an in-progress system designed for the military to visualize defending against cyberattacks, at a Passcode event on the future of cybersecurity innovation.
Today, we suffer from two key challenges in addressing cyber security threats: (1) an over-abundance of endless data, and (2) a small pool of highly skilled cyber security personnel.
Today, as a nation, we are plagued by attacks from cyber criminals who range from ideologically motivated individuals and groups to well-financed nation-state bad actors. They seek to disrupt our commerce, steal our money and assets and create uncertainty that we have only seen previously in the physical world.
The Miracle Foundation dramatically improves standards in a growing network of orphanages.
Members of Women Caring for the Land plant cover crops, install buffer strips, restore wetlands, and plant native wildflowers for pollinator habitat.
Amelia Pape launched My Street Grocery, a mobile grocery truck, to bring better food to communities that lack their own supermarkets.