Despite dropping a case over the San Bernardino, Calif., iPhone, the Justice Department wants Apple's help in a similar New York case. Its pursuit of the case comes as lawmakers weigh a bill to force companies to help investigators retrieve data.
The Tor Project's new executive director Shari Steele is on a mission to change the image of the group's anonymous browser and make its 'clunky and hard to use' technology more user-friendly.
On Friday the pope released a document encouraging a more pastoral care approach to diverse Catholic families but did not change traditional doctrine.
Once a bold experiment in communal living, Israel's kibbutzim have been in decline. Now some hope the farming collectives can provide fertile ground for the startup culture.
A new study by the Armaments Research Group finds that online sellers are responsible for an illicit arms trade through social media platforms in Libya.
A growing movement in the US is trying to shift toward treating prostitutes as victims and their customers as the criminals. France's new law shows this shift in action.
Daquan Oliver's family didn't have it easy when he was growing up. But his resourcefulness, drive, and desire to honor his mother's hard work helped get him to college, where he formed a mentorship program.
The revelations comes as Belgium is under international scrutiny over its security.
Digital advocacy, privacy, and civil liberties group are urging the National Security Agency not to pursue a plan they argue could lead to widespread warrantless domestic surveillance.
A pro-atheist activist was hacked to death in Bangladesh's capital late Wednesday, marking the latest in a spate of murders targeting secular writers as well as religious minorities.
Now that the FBI has unlocked the San Bernardino iPhone, there's a new public debate over how to responsibly disclose vulnerabilities the government finds. Security pros say that once a technical flaw is announced, it must be patched quickly – but law enforcement may be able to reuse them in future cases.
The San Diego-area nonprofit group has helped to rehabilitate some 320 species of wildlife, about 10,000 birds and mammals annually.