Chatbots for Facebook Messenger are proliferating. And while these handy personal assistants might be good for ordering shoes, they also pose serious privacy challenges.
The past year has seen a surge in the killings and abductions of albinos, spurring nationwide conversation on what must be done to stop the attacks.
New Chinese regulations aimed at curbing rampant cheating on national college entrance exams could impose a criminal penalty for those circumventing testing rules.
A new poll shows that the European Union is seen favorably by only 38 percent of the French public, below the 44 percent of Brits who hold a similar view of the EU.
Under these plans, students agree to pay a percentage of their future income to a private company or lender in exchange for additional money to cover college expenses. For some, the agreements might make sense.
Forbes released its list of the World's 100 Most Powerful Women this week, with a strong showing by American tech executives. But three successful tech execs does not mean gender equality, say researchers.
In a Saturday evening televised speech, Rodrigo Duterte, president-elect for the Philippines, recently urged citizens to kill drug dealers in their neighborhood.
Two weeks before Britons vote on whether or not Britain should leave the European Union, Prime Minister Cameron claimed the 'Leave' campaign is misleading the public.
Government and allied forces advance on ISIS-held Falluja, where Iraqi civilians face severe food shortages.
The UN announced Monday that it will focus on land rather than air delivery of humanitarian aid to Syrians in need.
Protestors have called for the disbandment of the national electoral commission over allegations of bias and corruption
Ukrainian agents said they detained a Frenchman with plans to launch an attack on the European Championship.
Dennis Harbaugh and Juanita Williams were concerned with the achievement gap faced by black males in Waterloo schools and how it related to dropout and graduation rates. So they created an Education Promise Fund.
More than 200,000 civilians could be displaced, according to a report by the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
A Frenchman detained last month with a cache of weapons had planned attacks during Euro 2016, according to Ukrainian police. The US State Department has issued a related Europe Travel Alert.
The European privacy watchdog's rebuke of the EU-US data transfer deal known as Privacy Shield should prompt reforms on both sides of the Atlantic. In the meantime, we’d rather our data reside in the US, subject to publicly available legal frameworks, judicial oversight, and a strong tradition of civil society watchdogs.