The tech community has long called for reforming the 1986 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for its overly broad language. But now many worry a White House plan to toughen the law will have a chilling effect on work to expose software weaknesses.
Critics are pointing to corruption as a key contributor to gaps in Kenya's security efforts.
A new video uploaded late last week shows militants smashing walls with sledgehammers and firing at statues with AK-47s in the ancient Iraqi city of Hatra, in what appears to be the group’s latest efforts in its ongoing purge of Iraq's and Syria’s cultural heritage.
Pauli Murray was an attorney, professor, author, and the first black woman to be a priest in the Episcopal Church. To raise her profile, he National Trust for Historic Preservation has named her house a national treasure.
Cynthia Cheroitich stayed in hiding for two days after Al Shabab gunmen attacked Garissa University College in Kenya Thursday. The militants, targeting Christians, killed nearly 150 people during a 15-hour siege.