The Democratic National Committee breach and FBI warnings of hackers tampering with election boards has some officials on edge. But simple fixes could further safeguard the vote.
Britain's unemployment rate has actually decreased, but some economists say it's no cause to celebrate.
Whichever candidate wins the election, they'll need to prioritize cybersecurity to defend US government agencies and businesses against relentless hacks. Here's a 12-step plan to get started.
Jean-Claude Juncker made a pitch on Wednesday for the bloc's continued durability, pointing to an investment fund that could help finance infrastructure projects in a post-Brexit era.
Most farmers in the country do not have documented evidence to prove the land is theirs. But now, Farm Africa's Land Mapping Project has resolved several land-related disputes.
Lawmakers may still consider measures to force tech companies to decrypt communications, but at a Senate hearing Tuesday two top intelligence officials supported strong digital privacy protections.
Yasmine Yehia Moustafa devised a system to produce clean water and biodiesel using rice straw. Her school is part of a new network aimed at giving students the skills they'll need to address the country’s 'grand challenges.'
Britain's former prime minister stepped down from his seat in Parliament on Monday, only weeks after leaving the United Kingdom's top job.
Sanctions against dueling leaders in South Sudan are in order, a report released Monday says.
Former National Security Agency executives Bill Binney and Thomas Drake, who blew the whistle on US government surveillance programs more than a decade ago, served as advisers on the Edward Snowden film that opens nationwide Friday.
Recent rockiness between President Rodrigo Duterte and President Obama has led to questions about the stability of the alliance between the United States and its key ally in southeast Asia.
Free Syrian Army rebel groups have agreed to a ceasefire set to begin on Monday, but voiced concerns about details of the deal.