Pope Francis rebuked Italian reporters for stirring up negative sentiment toward migrants fleeing war and fear.
The massive scale of the credential thefts at Yahoo, LinkedIn, and the other internet firms has focused attention on the seeming inability of American companies to secure their networks against foreign and domestic adversaries.
Travis Goodspeed, an independent cybersecurity researcher, says tinkering leads to better cybersecurity.
Robert Silvers, assistant secretary for cybersecurity at Homeland Security, said the agency is helping states fortify voting systems against digital tampering before November's presidential election.
The Marxist rebels are on the verge of entering Colombia's electoral arena, but much work lies ahead in building a viable political party.
Anja Reefschläger responded to an emergency call last year to help as refugees arrived in Berlin. Since then, she has become a second mother to many of them as they try to settle in.
Mayor Virginia Raggi joins a number of cities declining a chance to host the prestigious event due to high costs and debt loads for host cities.
The head of Britain's intelligence service made a rare public appearance in Washington, D.C., this week, where he commented on new challenges faced by the agency.
In a bright spot for British higher education, Oxford University unseated the California Institute of Technology at the top of the global education food chain. The school is concerned about effects from the Brexit, however.
The public, police, internet companies, and victims can access the hotline's form in Hindi or English.
Chinese officials appear to have admitted they lost control of the Tiangong-1, the country's first space station.
Under the HeForShe initiative that invites men and boys to fight for gender equality, a new global report identifies paths to progress in government, within corporations, and on university campuses.
While Edward Snowden's leaks damaged US national security, the disclosures also led to crucial surveillance reforms. A pardon would signal to the world the US has learned from its mistakes and respects internet freedom, privacy, and human rights.