The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday on an Arizona law that takes the redistricting process out of the hands of the state legislature. It's good to try to make redistricting less partisan, but that doesn't mean this move is constitutional.
Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal e-mail account to conduct government business as secretary of state violated both the letter and the spirit of federal record-keeping laws.
The password is one of the weakest forms of security. DARPA, the Pentagon’s research arm, wants to solve this problem by turning people and their behavior into passwords through its Active Authentication program.
Some security experts are concerned that newly adopted net neutrality rules will limit broadband providers' abilities to limit malicious traffic and spam, thus slowing down progress toward a safer Internet.
Among the lessons from the Sony hack was that conventional cybersecurity measures don't always stop intruders. What more corporations need to apply is an active defense to better understand and stop future threats.
In order to support his family, Steve Simoff walks 35 miles from his home in Davis City, Mo. to his job at Lakeside Casino in Osceola, Iowa.
Celebrity involvement can help catapult a charitable cause to global awareness and draw in millions of dollars in fundraising. But is there a line between charity and self-promotion?
In Iganga, Uganda, the community group Musana has changed its model from dependency on outsiders to local initiative.