A growing chorus of Americans – including Cuban-Americans – and lawmakers view the current US-Cuba policies as a relic of the Cold War.
For Microsoft and other US tech companies, a lawsuit over e-mails stored in Dublin is an important test case to demonstrate their willingness and ability to guard customer data from government prying in a post Snowden-era.
Since the hacked Sony e-mails have nothing to do with whistleblowing or matters of political and national importance, publishing them is nothing more than privacy evisceration courtesy of media opportunism.
The hacktivist collective aimed a digital attack at Mexico that took down and defaced at least eight websites in response to the government's handling of the abduction and possible murder of 43 trainee teachers.
Robert Egger's L.A. Kitchen aims to reduce food waste and unemployment while combating hunger and isolation among older adults.
Christopher and Regina Catrambone launched the Migrant Offshore Aid Station to rescue migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea into Europe.
Walden Pond, considered the birthplace of the environmental movement, will have a new visitor center, powered by solar energy, that includes a charging station for electric cars.