"I spend $36.8 billion a year. That buys a lot of potential trust," said Terry Halvorsen, chief information officer for the Department of Defense, at a breakfast hosted by The Christian Science Monitor on Thursday.
It plans a huge financial push in 2016 to fill that gap with moderate, business-friendly Republicans.
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.
Big media companies have ramped up efforts to fight the growing use of technology designed to block online ads. Here's what you need to know about why ad blockers are on the rise, and why many publishers hate them.
Instead of pushing to diminish tools that are meant to protect modern communications and safeguard speech, our leaders should work toward lasting solutions that can actually thwart terrorism.
The Paris attacks highlight the delicate dance for Facebook. But Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos says it's vital for the social network to defend users' privacy – and foster trust among its online community – in the face of growing pressure from governments to reveal more information about the platform's 1.5 billion users.
A New York philanthropist bought and donated the contents of a West End toy store. Thousands of toys, stuffed animals, and school supplies were given to children in time for the Holidays.
The Bin Jelmood house is the first museum to focus on slavery in the Arab world amid concerns by rights groups that migrant workers are modern-day slaves.
Mack, a gadfly and lawyer, says he believes his country is selling arms to governments that abuse human rights.
A stranded Iranian migrant on a hunger strike sits on railroad tracks at the border between Greece and Macedonia near the Greek village of Idomeni Tuesday. About 1,000 refugees and migrants are stuck at the main crossing point into Macedonia as authorities deny entry to some nationalities in contravention of international law...