At an Atlantic Council event, cybersecurity experts said software liability laws could help safeguard the emerging Internet of Things.
The case highlighted the progress that has been made in the Chinese legal system, yet indicated issues that remain to be addressed.
The pilgrimage of Arbaeen is the world’s largest religious procession. Social media users are asking where the coverage was.
Beau Heyen has brought a fresh outlook on addressing hunger to the Kansas City Community Kitchen and the broader metropolitan area.
After voters stunned the world by rejecting the first peace deal, a new version has breezed through congress.
The 15-member UN Security Council tightened sanctions Wednesday following North Korea's latest nuclear tests in September.
When parents pick up their kids from after-school programs, they can also snag $40 worth of fresh produce, meat, and poultry for $20, as well as learn how to braise those collards.
The club was almost wiped out in a plane crash in Colombia, but has since more than doubled its paying membership and been offered players on loan from clubs around the world.
Vegetarians and vegans were unhappy to discover that the Bank of England's new polymer five-pound note contains tallow, a substance derived from animal fat.
Police departments' growing use of devices known as "Stingrays" that intercept – and disrupt – people's communications represents a clear danger to Americans' privacy.
One of the most outspoken members of Saudi Arabia's royal family urged the kingdom to let women drive as more working-class women carve more rights for themselves.