The federal government runs out of money in 13 days. Rep. Chris Van Hollen, the ranking Democrat on the House Budget Committee, commented on the situation Friday.
Speaking to reporters at a Monitor-hosted lunch Wednesday, UN Ambassador Samantha Power said the total number of refugees the US accepts could exceed the 10,000 requested by President Obama.
Speaking to reporters during a Monitor-hosted breakfast on Tuesday, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell painted a picture of Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) as an agency that is underfunded and overextended.
The Court of Justice of the European Union on Tuesday invalidated a data transfer deal between the US and EU in a move that could have broad repercussions for thousands of American businesses.
If countries erect more borders and limits in the digital domain, the engine of global social and economic change that's powered by the Internet will quickly stall.
Even as universities suffer a growing number of breaches, most school websites lack security protocols that can prevent hackers from stealing students' information.
The Fond du Lac band in Minnesota is planting wild rice and restoring damaged wetlands. Across the US tribes are reviving traditional food sources and healing scarred lands.
Technological advances have added expensive bells and whistles. Getting back to basics allows low-income populations to play a major part in their own progress.
Orion Kriegman wants Boston to burst with food-producing parcels tended by the community.