The 'retail activist’ charged $2,000 on her Visa card and made 1,000 bottles of Afghanistan Orange Blossom, selling it out of her garage.
At a White House summit on cybersecurity at Stanford University on Friday, Obama is expected to spell out details for how private companies and the government can share details on digital threats and vulnerabilities.
Two Al Jazeera English journalists have posted bail, and the government of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has hinted at a pardon. But the press environment is largely hostile.
Kenny King created Global ADE, which has already built schools in several communities in Cambodia.
Palestinians open an embassy in Sweden. Will this help or hurt the statehood effort?
England will ban smoking in a car if passengers are under the age of 18. Are they the only ones with such a law?
A news blackout has become an orthodox response to kidnappings in war zones. But is it helping captives survive their ordeals?