Intelligence sources say Islamic State attackers may have planned the Paris terrorist attacks using easily available encrypted communication tools.
While the United Nations has refused to confirm Ban Ki-moon's travel plans to North Korea, it may signal an opening in the long-standing rift.
Australia faces difficult choices with expected climate agreements likely to slow economic growth. But new research suggests a way forward.
New York University’s Finn Brunton and Helen Nissenbaum spoke with Passcode about their book, 'Obfuscation: A user’s guide for privacy and protest.'
A global interactive map called LandMark helps indigenous peoples worldwide prove that their land is not vacant, idle, or available for outside exploitation.
Anonymous intensified its months-long fight against the Islamic State group, one of the most political cyber wars yet from a group better known for antagonizing governments than aiding them.
The 27-year-old Belgian national, whose family is from Morocco, has been linked to at least two other recent terror plots in Europe.
France has arrested 23 people in raids across the country and recovered a cache of weapons in the city of Lyon. A Belgium-born suspect is among those being sought by authorities.
Most of those detained in connection with the bombings were Syrian nationals. In the past four years, some one million Syrians have fled the civil war in their home country into Lebanon, a country of four million.
From Hungary to Saudi Arabia to the United States, countries are barricading their borders – defying what was supposed to be an age of globalism.