China and Russia are conducting joint military exercises in the South China Sea, causing some to criticize the chosen location as unnecessarily provocative.
North Korea's official state media acknowledged the flooding is the result of the 'heaviest downpours' since 1945. But if international aid is delivered, will it reach the country's most affected citizens?
The Muslim holy city's need for additional space became tragically clear to the world after hundreds of pilgrims were killed in a stampede last year.
The initiative aims to collect a combination of fingerprints, facial images, and iris scans of foreign visitors, leading privacy advocates to worry that travelers would be put at greater risk of digital fraud and unwarranted surveillance.
Lisa Cherbuliez launched FUNdamentally Nuts after serving in the Peace Corps. A portion of its proceeds goes to people she knows in the village where she lived and worked.
If Germany's refugee crisis last year played out at borders and shelters, this year the drama has shifted to the school building – and could determine how well refugees integrate.
Talking to kids about digital security and privacy is critical. But parents need to set examples, too, and that may mean considering their own kids' privacy before posting every moment of their lives online.