A photo of a little boy studying in an unlikely place goes viral in the Philippines, and attracts help from the local social welfare office.
A new smartphone app promising a safe travel option for kids as young as 8 may be a relief for busy parents, but digital privacy experts warn that Shuddle’s young customers’ data may be less secure.
The Global Peace Index has just released results for 2015. Four countries made the most improvement.
The Islamic State's involvement in terror attacks in France, Tunisia, and Kuwait remains unproven. But the group aspires to be a player in global terrorism.
Office of Personnel Management attackers entered the agency's network with a username and password belonging to an external contractor. As a result, security experts are renewing calls for stricter limits on this kind of privileged access.
A Department of Commerce proposal that aims to keep surveillance software out of the hands of repressive regimes may inadvertently harm the security industry and chill security research efforts.
The nonprofit KEYS program in Bridgeport, Conn., schools now enriches the lives of hundreds of students who otherwise wouldn't receive music instruction.
Suspects assaulted the facility in southern France, setting off several small explosives, according to witnesses. One suspect is in custody.
Overlap with such forces shouldn't be a surprise: America's wars in Iraq have required painful compromises all along.
An estimated one-third of government spending goes towards Chad's vaunted army, a dependable regional policeman and the pride of the people. But a taste of stability, and oil money, has Chadians wanting more.