The pope has championed interfaith reconciliation and the cause of refugees seeking safe haven in Europe.
South Korean police found nearly 200 lapel pins with the image of Kim Jong Il, late North Korean dictator, strewn near the country’s main international airport on Thursday.
China and Russia has said the joint military exercises they will hold are 'routine.' Does the US see it that way?
A detente between the Turks and Kurds following the attempted coup may be what the two groups need to resume the peace talks that collapsed last summer.
President Obama and other Western leaders need to send a strong and lasting message to Moscow that meddling in democratic institutions is off limits.
A small team from the rights group Migrant Care tries to identify potential victims of human trafficking at Jakarta's airport and offer advice to others leaving of their own free will on how to look after themselves.
The 2016 Democratic Party Platform fails to offer meaningful improvements to national tech policy that would improve cybersecurity. But Americans deserve a plan that would strengthen networks, bolster security, and safeguard civil liberties.
The proposal updates an antiquated law so that countries can exchange electronic data as part of investigations while safeguarding Americans' privacy and promoting security.
The Department of Defense opened its second Defense Innovation Unit Experimental in Boston in hopes of working more closely with researchers and academics to sharpen its ability to confront Digital Age threats.
Internet users on the lower end of the income scale are especially vulnerable to malicious software because public computers and cheap cell phones are the ideal place for cybercriminals to test their new hacks.
French president François Hollande convened an interfaith meeting with religious leaders on Wednesday, as mourners gathered at St.-Étienne-du-Rouvray in Normandy.
The pope's viewpoints on sexuality and refugees are at odds with conservative sensibilities and policies in Poland.
The DNC hack is a prime example of why President Obama’s new cybersecurity policy directive does not adequately account for the complex nature of the digital security threat, experts say.
The suspect was committed to a psychiatric hospital for a letter that detailed the attack six months beforehand, but was released about a month later.