The protesters rallying for Freddie Gray, the young black man who died in Baltimore police custody, say they want police reforms. But the protests themselves hint at a deeper societal change.
Many residents in Kathmandu spent a sleepless night outside after Saturday's 7.8 magnitude earthquake that left over 2,200 dead and toppled iconic city monuments. Amid large aftershocks, international aid is starting to arrive in Nepal.
On Monday, Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz pledged to be 'completely open' with Congress. He addressed several issues raised by skeptics.
It is going to be hard for members of Congress to defend the federal government’s position on this issue, particularly after the NSA 'overreach' on surveillance, said the Senate Intelligence Committee member.
The former Hewlett Packard CEO said that a female Republican nominee would be a game-changer in the 2016 election, forcing Clinton to run exclusively on her record.
The new Crystal app creates profiles 'for every person with an online presence' so its users can craft the ideal e-mail for every recipient. That's not only troubling for privacy, but also threatens to strip individuality out of our digital dialogue.
The bill named for late Internet activist Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide while facing charges under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, aims to restrict prosecutorial actions for crimes related to hacking.
US government officials ventured to the West Coast to win over the security community and business leaders as Internet security proposals make their way through Congress.
The aloe plants reduced erosion and improved the soil, enabling grass to grow in a dry climate. The leaves are exported to Britain as an ingredient in cosmetics.
The sportswear company wants to help save the oceans by recycling marine plastic trash into products.
A small but growing number of Americans are integrating donations to charity into weddings or other milestone celebrations.
Artist Kaya Mar poses for photographs with his painting entitled "Saint Kate" across the street from the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London, Monday. Britain's Kate the Duchess of Cambridge is expected to give birth to her second child with her husband Prince William at the hospital in the coming days. A small number...