TSA PreCheck is one way to shorten the long security lines at the airport – and the government's tradition of one-size-fits-all security screenings.
Demographics and dislike for Trump work to Democrats' advantage, but congressional campaign officials are cautious with their predictions.
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.
The Identity pad – a project to create artificial and reusable fingerprints – addresses the security and privacy risks associated with the growing use of biometric technology.
The Home Depot and Walmart are suing MasterCard and Visa in separate lawsuits over what the retailers claim is lax security on chip-enabled card readers that puts consumers at risk of fraud.
The tech giant has suggested a set of rules that include proactive security disclosures and establishing global regimes to stop the spread of digital weapons.
Residents see the traditional system as a prime example of how communities can work together to overcome the challenges of their environment. But how widely it could be used remains a question.
TeleStory, a program run by the Brooklyn Public Library, makes it possible for the incarcerated to read to their children. It is one of 14 winners of the Knight News Challenge on Libraries.
Eileen Howard Boone is both a mother of six and an executive at CVS Health. Her work is indicative of how many businesses are putting more emphasis on philanthropy.