Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald says wait times aren't the best measure of whether care at VA hospitals is improving. Satisfaction matters more.
Short delay in House action is OK, Jacob Lew says, but time is 'very short' to enact legislation letting the island restructure its debt.
New, commercially available encryption software 'had and is having major, profound effects on our ability' to collect intelligence, 'particularly against terrorists,' James Clapper told reporters at a Monitor-hosted breakfast.
Social media companies such as Twitter need to do more to keep terrorists from using their platforms as digital mouthpieces and that means prioritizing national security matters over some users' privacy concerns.
At an Atlantic Council event, experts debated what part the US government could play in regulating the Internet of Things more effectively.
The emergence of technologies that falsely promise to predict someone's behavior based on their facial features and expressions is a deeply troubling development.
A queen-size quilt could fetch as much as $350 at consignment stores or arts and crafts festivals, but The Satilla Quilters aren't in it for the money.
As the executive director of Boston Area Gleaners, Laurie ‘Duck’ Caldwell is helping collect surplus crops so those in need can benefit from fruits and vegetables.
The garden presents human trafficking in a creative, nonconfrontational way to an audience that may not be aware of slavery's existence in Britain, says Juliet Sargeant, the garden's designer.
Robert Allen holds edible freeze-dried crickets between his teeth during an 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit on Friday. Allen is co-founder of Texas-based Little Herds, a non-profit founded to educate the public on the benefits of insec...