Pope Francis has spoken out on capitalism, the death penalty, global warming, and migrants' rights. But he is not coming to D.C. this month to participate in politics, the Archbishop of Washington said.
RIchard Trumka, head of the AFL-CIO, also weighed in on the candidates running for president at a breakfast for reporters hosted by The Christian Science Monitor.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says that President Obama has the votes in Congress to sustain a veto, if Republicans try to block his nuclear agreement with Iran. Also, he says, Alexander Hamilton will retain a place on US currency.
A new report by a Rapid7 security consultant claims a slew of baby monitors can be hacked – which could offer potential attackers a way to snoop on people’s homes.
With a court ruling reaffirming the Federal Trade Commission's ability to police corporate cybersecurity practices, and Congress considering giving the agency more power, industry groups are now concerned about overregulation.
The project known as 'Alibi routing' is a promising development for activists, journalists, or anyone else who has a vested interest in protecting sensitive information from prying eyes.
The rugged, hand-powered wheelchairs, made by volunteers, are distributed in more than 100 countries.
A successful businessman in the US, Virendra Singh returned to his home in India to found a nonprofit group that educates girls and employs older women.
Governments and private groups are seeing the potential of school gardens to help overcome a nutritional crisis.
Figure models called First Order's Stormtrooper from the film 'Star Wars' are displayed at Loft Variety Store in Shibuya shopping district in Tokyo, Thursday. New 'Star Wars' toys and other merchandise were released in stores across Japan just after midnight local time during a global rollout of the popular products.