When the European Court of Justice invalidated Safe Harbor, it became clear that a single data agreement couldn't account for all the ways countries balance privacy, freedom of expression, and national security.
A note released on Holocaust Remembrance Day shows Nazi official and convicted war criminal Adolf Eichmann pleading for clemency on the basis that he had only followed orders and was not responsible for 'unspeakable horrors' against Jews.
The US Treasury has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of being corrupt, while Putin has been encouraging his cabinet to work harder against corruption. Is there any way of knowing where the corruption lies?
A planned commemoration of the Reformation by Pope Francis and Lutheran leaders is another touchstone in the pope's emphasis on peace through dialogue, especially with other faith communities.
Islamic State and others have tried to wipe out cultures by destroying monuments and other works of art. But new tools are giving scholars ways to halt the loss of cultural artifacts.
Despite plans to withdraw from Afghanistan by the end of last year, the US is maintaining a presence of nearly 10,000 troops in the central Asian republic and will not begin to scale back its operations there until 2017.
Europol’s opening of a counterterrorism office comes as the Islamic State releases a video that is being treated as a credible threat agains European civilians.
The group behind the so-called Scarlet Mimic malware campaign that has traditionally targeted Tibetan and Uyghur groups are using more sophisticated tools and going after new targets, according to Palo Alto Networks.
As climate change and technological advances open new frontiers for polar explorers, the death of Sir Henry Worsley while on an Antarctic expedition will more likely inspire than discourage.