Elizabeth Handel and her daughter Jane have collected some 30,000 books that have then been distributed to prisons in the Boston area. When inmates share the books with their children, it can strengthen family bonds.
Judge Nicholas Lorraine-Smith, presiding over a seven-week inquest into the deaths, ruled that the tour operator hadn’t been negligent. He did, however, criticize Tunisian police for a bungled response.
The Parliament wants the European Commission to force the US to either institute full reciprocity on visa policy or face a temporary suspension of visa-free access.
The watchdog group said the Philippine president's public exhortations to kill drug suspects could make him liable for extrajudicial killings by police.
Ineligible to vote in the June 23 Brexit referendum, the 3 million Europeans living in the United Kingdom could stand to lose the most when Britain leaves the European Union.
Alan Erickson keeps supplies in his truck so he can remove graffiti as soon as he sees it when he’s out. He encourages others to join the fight, saying a relatively small time commitment would make a big difference.
Both Filipinos and foreign observers say that President Duterte, who has spurred controversy with his war on drugs, views climate change as a top national priority.
After South Korea's Lotte Group approved a land swap for the THAAD system this week, Chinese media threatened the South with boycotts and the cutting of diplomatic ties.
Moscow carried out a digital campaign to disrupt our democracy, but did not change vote counts. That's a key distinction because the US needs to accurately identify weaknesses to sharpen national cyberdefenses.
South Korea's foreign minister said the alleged use of chemical weapons by North Korea against Kim Jong Un's brother could be cause for suspending country's seat at the United Nations.
The lava fountains from Mount Etna's latest eruption can be seen for miles.
In a country struggling to curb gang violence, the brutal and unexplained death of a beloved zoo animal has triggered outrage and grief.
The Cybersecurity Podcast crew interviews Chris Lynch, the director of the Defense Digital Service, and Lisa Wiswell, the group’s digital security lead, about the Pentagon's bug bounty programs.