Maple Match pairs Americans and Canadians in an effort to help American 'refugees' move to Canada. "Make dating great again," the site promises.
Step away from your laptops! How Finns are using libraries and other civic organizations to create a culture of belonging in Helsinki.
A US destroyer sailed within 12 nautical miles of Fiery Cross Reef in the South China Sea Tuesday. And while this US navigation is considered legal by international maritime law, China sees the move as provocative.
The space-based navigation and timing system faces a growing risk of attack. But there is a simple solution.
Nearly two-thirds of Passcode’s Influencers said US judges should not be able to issue search warrants for computers located outside their jurisdictions.
The Don Bosco Youth Symphony Orchestra and Chorus aims to keep teenagers off San Salvador's streets and away from the gangs. Being part of the orchestra gives the youths a sense of identity and purpose.
A top Iranian official denied a news report that said that the country tested a ballistic missile that can travel up to 1,250 miles, but did not elaborate.
For more than a decade, Google's VirusTotal has given antivirus companies the ability to detect malware and share information about new viruses. But in a sweeping change meant end 'abuse' of the system, it is limiting access to the widely used database.
If polls are accurate, Rodrigo Duterte is poised to win the Philippines' presidential election Monday, and with his rhetorical attacks on the ruling elite and vulgar speeches, the mayor has been compared to Donald Trump.