Congress hears from technologists who favor stronger encryption on consumer devices and those who say such technology could hamper law enforcement efforts.
Six days after the massive earthquake that struck Nepal a teenager was rescued. The death toll is now at nearly 5,500. Search and rescue teams continued to dig through the rubble for survivors.
In the aftermath of the largest earthquake in Nepal since 1934, a few amazing tales of survival are emerging.
Fresh government reports and alerts about the hacking threat to airplane avionics systems underscores the challenges facing industry and government as more critical infrastructure becomes Internet connected.
An anonymous man inspired by a 'pay-it-forward' movement launched by his eighth-grade science teacher left the tip to a Times Square waitress who said she was facing eviction.
The draft law gives Egyptian authorities more power to control the Internet under the pretext of national security, leading the way to censorship of online news, cultural and political sites, and controversial views on the Web.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo agreed to stay the execution of a Filipina, but eight others, mostly foreigners, were executed by firing squad in the early hours of Wednesday.