The breach has exposed users of the adultery site to public scrutiny, but should news organizations put limits on how reporters use the leaked private information?
Our inability to turn away when hackers and digital eavesdroppers publish someone's intimate details online encourages others to do the same, chipping away at everyone's ability to keep secrets.
Two gunmen in Afghan military uniforms opened fire on a vehicle carrying international troops in Helmand Province on Wednesday. It was the third reported 'green-on-blue' attack in Afghanistan this year.
Arab hacktivists dedicated to 'taking down' the jihadists' sites say US laws and bureaucracy impede their work, making US-hosted sites attractive to the Islamic State.
The Islamic State released images that appear to show the destruction of the Baalshamin temple in Palmyra, Syria.
The EU and European Commission support countries taking in refugees, but Hungary moves forward with increased border security as migrants continue to arrive.
Many hydroelectric dams produce modest amounts of power yet do enormous damage to river life. Why not build solar and wind farms in the drained reservoirs?
Heavily armed Ayoub El-Khazzani was tackled by vacationing US servicemen on a Amsterdam-to-Paris train last Friday. His lawyer claims that he was trying to rob passengers on the train.
Several explosions and a large fire damaged the building storing compressed air at the US Army's depot in Sagamihara. No injuries were reported.