US Intelligence Chief James Clapper has said in his annual threat assessment that North Korea remains a "serious threat" to the United States, as it continues to nurture its nuclear weapons programs. Can it be stopped?
The NSA is shifting toward a fully integrated offensive and defensive operation, meaning its spies could be brushing shoulders with its cybersecurity agents.
Taiwan authorities have arrested Lin Minghui, saying shoddy building practices are to blame for 39 deaths.
Princeton launches a website where academics discuss President Woodrow Wilson's complex legacy with students and staff, after protesters called to rename buildings and schools that honor him.
A partisan Congress seems primed to reject the final budget proposal of his administration.
An overlooked tool in fighting climate change is enhancing biodiversity – especially the top predators – to maximize the ability of ecosystems to store carbon.
It appears the blustery businessman will actually triumph in a storied electoral contest. What happens then?
Umm Sayyaf reportedly told Iraqi officials that she held the American aid worker captive. Ms. Sayyaf is currently being held on terrorism charges in her native Iraq.
Around two million domestic workers are employed in the United States, often as nannies or maids. Because of workers' isolation and immigration status, abuse is common.
Many Americans say they're independent voters, but tend to stick to one party, anyway. Granite Staters could be the real deal, adding to the primary's suspense.