The international body has outlined some ambitious progress measures that have a very positive spin.
While President Xi Jinping's public rejection of cyberattacks for commercial espionage has been widely panned, the deal between Washington and Beijing gives the US a much stronger hand to confront China over its actions in the digital realm.
Addressing the United Nations, Pope Francis pushed for action on climate and world peace.
Saudi officials are defending themselves against mounting criticism that they didn't properly manage the crowds on Thursday.
While criticism aimed at President Xi during his state visit has focused on China's suspected cyberattacks on US agencies and businesses, activists also say they are under constant digital assault from the Chinese government.
Zerodium, a firm that counts spy agencies as customers, has offered to pay $1 million for information about holes in Apple’s mobile operating system, alarming civil liberties advocates and highlighting Apple’s unwillingness to pay researchers for similar work.
Adm. Mike Rogers has long posited that strong encryption on consumer devices hampers law enforcement and intelligence work. But on Thursday he acknowledged the possible security downside of one proposed way for the government to decrypt data on consumer devices.
In a low-income area of Seattle, neighbors help to crowdfund the dreams of local entrepreneurs by providing interest-free loans.
Today his South End Technology Center is helping the city's youths prepare for the future.
Hidekichi Miyazaki, 105, of Japan, says he wants to compete against Usain Bolt.
A war over drugs and land shows signs of ending after 50 years, as negotiators from the Colombian government and the rebel group FARC announce a solution to the biggest obstacle.