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.
You may have heard that a hacker is trying to sell more than 100 million LinkedIn passwords and usernames for around $2,000. It's troubling news, but is that all they are really worth?
A group claiming Islamic State ties is distributing manuals on a secure messaging app to help the militant group use common encryption tools to thwart government surveillance.
Despite digital weapons becoming critical tools in every modern military, there's still no consensus when it comes to defining what amounts to an act of cyberwar.
A recent experiment explored whether Twitter could be an effective way to extend classroom learning and link students to 'real world' science. The results were promising.
This will be a key theme at the World Humanitarian Summit in Turkey next week, where a Global Alliance for Humanitarian Innovation will be launched.
Annette March-Grier, a cofounder of the nonprofit Roberta’s House, is committed to helping people through some of their darkest chapters.