At an Atlantic Council event Thursday, experts said that a Ukrainian power outage allegedly triggered by Russian hackers may be just a small piece of Moscow's cybersecurity strategy.
The European Parliament on Thursday adopted a single set of rules on Internet privacy safeguards, giving individuals much more control over how their information is handled by both European and American tech companies.
Some assisted suicide proponents say the proposal is too restrictive, while some health care providers say the bill would force them to work against their beliefs.
In a draft bill introduced this week, lawmakers are seeking to outlaw unbreakable encryption. Now, digital rights groups, which have warned about such a move, have a concrete proposal around which to launch a rallying cry for stronger privacy protections.
The Czech Republic is submitting an official name change of 'Czechia' to the world.
Rescue crews and communications companies leapt into action as the country's third-largest island recovered from a 6+ magnitude earthquake.
Hashmatullah Hayat works at a school in Afghanistan for street children, and his life story is an inspiration to the kids studying there.
Women are often excluded from higher paying jobs and not compensated for household work, which takes away hours they would otherwise get paid for.
Despite Japan's extensive early warning systems, damage from Thursday night's 6.2 magnitude earthquake appears to be extensive near its point of origin in southern Japan.
The UN climate chief has said that the Paris climate agreement could swing into action as early as 2018, two years earlier than expected.
Nigerians marched through their major cities on the two-year anniversary of a high-profile kidnapping of almost 300 schoolgirls by Boko Haram, demanding their safe return as the militant group steps up its use of children in suicide bombings.
North Korea appears to be readying one or two intermediate-range missiles for a test on Friday, following a pattern of weapons tests this year that accompany its usual threats against the United States and South Korea.