Relatives of passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight that went missing more than two years ago traveled to Madagascar this weekend to investigate.
President-elect Donald Trump's phone call with Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen is drawing ire from China as concerns arise about stability of future Sino-US relations.
As more of the world’s cultural monuments face destruction from ISIS and other groups, activists rush to preserve history with shovels and software.
Lancaster Food Co. searches for job applicants who need help getting back on their feet, providing them with a livable wage. So far, not one has quit.
The world-renowned physicist has criticized both the election of Donald Trump and the British vote to leave the European Union as 'outpourings of crude populism.' But he says the rest of the world should pay close attention to both factions.
Congress just implicitly blessed FBI hacking on a massive scale without any consideration of the privacy rights of innocent people. And even worse, they did it through an obscure process that minimized public debate.
Having assumed the presidency in May following the impeachment of his predecessor, Michel Temer has made some inroads into his reform agenda, but the political storm assailing his government poses a growing threat.
A revision to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure allows law enforcement to hack suspects' computers regardless of jurisdiction. Civil liberties groups worry the change will harm individuals' privacy rights.
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.