Why DEF CON, one of the world's premiere hacker conferences, is setting up shop at one of the nation's top film festivals.
The congresswoman from Massachusetts has made stamping out online harassment one of her signature issues and as a result has felt the slings and arrows of the hordes of digital harassers.
South Korean officials revealed that a colonel who had worked for North Korea's central spy agency defected to the South last year.
While visiting Japan for the G-7 summit, US Secretary of State John Kerry will visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, but he will not apologize for his country's use of nuclear weapons against Japanese civilians 70 years ago.
Ukraine's government may face increased pressure to address longstanding charges of corruption following Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk's announcement that he will submit his resignation Tuesday.
Opponents of plans to build five dams on the Nu say they scent victory after more than a decade battling the project.
The Swedish Tourism Association has launched a number that will allow people worldwide to speak with random volunteers in Sweden about any topic, (almost) any time.
The US is deploying B-52 bombers to the Middle East, one of the oldest active aircraft in the US Air Force.
Zari is the first Afghan character in 'Sesame Street' history and will focus on empowerment as well as health.
Despite dropping a case over the San Bernardino, Calif., iPhone, the Justice Department wants Apple's help in a similar New York case. Its pursuit of the case comes as lawmakers weigh a bill to force companies to help investigators retrieve data.
The Tor Project's new executive director Shari Steele is on a mission to change the image of the group's anonymous browser and make its 'clunky and hard to use' technology more user-friendly.
On Friday the pope released a document encouraging a more pastoral care approach to diverse Catholic families but did not change traditional doctrine.
Once a bold experiment in communal living, Israel's kibbutzim have been in decline. Now some hope the farming collectives can provide fertile ground for the startup culture.
A new study by the Armaments Research Group finds that online sellers are responsible for an illicit arms trade through social media platforms in Libya.
A growing movement in the US is trying to shift toward treating prostitutes as victims and their customers as the criminals. France's new law shows this shift in action.