Gov. John Kasich (R) of Ohio told reporters at a Monitor lunch that, as a presidential candidate, he would tout his experience – including expanding Medicaid. And he could deliver Ohio, essential for winning the presidency.
In the wake of riots in Baltimore, Rep. Paul Ryan on Thursday said it's time to discard a top-down, bureaucratized approach to poverty that measures success by money spent on programs.
How cities and states are scrambling to become the Silicon Valley of cybersecurity – and ride the next big economic boom.
While the Pentagon's new cybersecurity strategy puts more weight on striking back against criminal or nation-state hackers, a more effective way to deter attacks may be through diplomacy, law enforcement, and sanctions.
Congress hears from technologists who favor stronger encryption on consumer devices and those who say such technology could hamper law enforcement efforts.
Video games with a purpose, from peacemaking to teaching empathy to treating social problems such as discrimination, are growing in number and sophistication.
In a Nairobi, Kenya, slum, residents used technology to map the area, a key first step in solving problems from waste removal to street lighting. Those with phones can now report problems more accurately.
Rabbi Michel Serfaty takes his ‘friendship bus’ around France to spread a message of tolerance and understanding
A suspected member of a gang of kidnappers is taken through a crime scene reconstruction by Hong Kong police at a local market in Hong Kong Tuesday. The suspect is the only one of six people to be arrested after they allegedly kidnapped a heiress to a clothing fortune on April 25, freeing her in exchange for a 28 million Hong...