On Tuesday, Britain's Supreme Court reaffirmed that Prime Minister Theresa May needs approval from Parliament before she can formally trigger the country's exit from the European Union.
In his first news conference with foreign media since defecting in August, former North Korean diplomat Thae Yong Ho described the country as being 'on a slippery slope.'
Bogaletch Gebre cofounded an organization that’s credited with virtually eliminating female genital mutilation in the part of southern Ethiopia where she grew up. A key reason for the organization’s success has been its focus on ‘community conversations.’
The Dutch government says it will set up a fund to help families worldwide after President Trump reinstated a rule that bars international groups that perform or promote abortions from receiving US government funding.
Jamaica's four-man relay team must return the gold medals they won at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 – and they're not alone.
After US intelligence officials blamed Russia for interfering in November's vote, a new Senate subcommittee will help the Defense Department build up its digital arsenal for the next generation of cybersecurity threats.
Cybersecurity experts say many of the internet-connected products increasingly turning up on store shelves are insecure, giving malicious hackers new ways of attacking consumers – and the entire internet.
The federal government is finally beginning to embrace hackers, but it should do more put their talents to work fixing the nation's cybersecurity. Their help is sorely needed.
While federal agencies can still hire personnel necessary for national security reasons, it's unknown how many of the more than 1,000 cybersecurity jobs in Washington won't be exempt from the freeze.
A digital platform analyzes data to make sure companies have the correct permits and aims to follow the timber from forests to sawmills and export markets.
The Israeli government says that a majority of the housing units will be built in settlement blocs, areas where most settlers live and that Israel wants to keep under its control in the event of any future peace deal with the Palestinians.
On Tuesday, China said it had 'irrefutable' sovereignty over the disputed islands, after the White House vowed to defend 'international territories' in the strategic waterway.
Mexico could walk away from the North American Free Trade Agreement if it views renegotiation terms as unfavorable to its economy, says Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo.