The tech advocacy group Fight for the Future is calling on Yahoo users to delete accounts after reports alleged the company let US officials scan millions of emails.
Laila Haidari founded a shelter in Kabul to help those struggling with addiction. Some 3,600 people, she says, have left the facility recovered.
The civil war in Yemen is getting dirtier. And on Thursday, the US launched its first strike on targets there.
Scottish voters rejected the Brexit referendum in June, when the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.
The grocery chain Tesco is at odds with Unilever over price hikes in consumer goods, leading Tesco to stop stocking some items. The drop in the pound means imported goods are nearly a fifth more expensive.
While consumers and industry experts worry about cybersecurity in autonomous vehicles, government regulators are still struggling to respond to digital risks in driverless cars.
Nearly 200 girls remain captive, but the latest release offers a glimpse of hope for their families that they may see their children again soon.
Mikhail Gorbachev, the last Soviet leader, called for peace and a de-escalation in tensions between the US and Russia. What is the future for dialogue between the two countries under current circumstances?
Salah Abdeslam is being held in solitary confinement, under round-the-clock surveillance. He refuses to speak.
Consumers have many questions about safety, cybersecurity, and privacy in the coming fleets of autonomous vehicles. And they want a say in shaping the future of transportation.
The United Nations' top human rights official, Jordanian Prince Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, is concerned that Donald Trump would reintroduce torture and further marginalize vulnerable populations.
Prime Minister Theresa May has acceded to a Labour demand for Parliamentary debate on Brexit plans, including a list of 170 questions. But her government won't hold a formal vote before invoking Article 50.