The suburb of St. Denis awoke Wednesday to the sound of gunfire and explosions. French police continue to hunt suspects linked to last week's attacks.
Truckers Against Trafficking has trained some 170,000 drivers and truck stop workers to look out for possible instances of sex trafficking.
However, some senators want to avoid a 'knee-jerk' response to give law enforcement and intelligence agencies a power they say could harm all consumers’ security and privacy.
After declaring war on the Islamic State, Anonymous says it has taken down more than 5,500 Twitter accounts associated with various IS members and associates. Will this information warfare work?
While it's more expedient to advocate for backdoors into secure communications and online surveillance to spot terrorists, the real answer may be investing in more old fashioned police work.
The Spanish national court has reopened a 2010 case against seven current and former top Israeli leaders for a naval incident that resulted in the death of 10 Turkish activists.
In Paris and elsewhere, some worry that fear of terrorism has become the 'new normal.'
The Dutch company started in 2010 by raising awareness of the links between electronics and minerals mined in conflict zones, then decided to make an ethical smartphone of its own.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5, reports the USGS, hit just off the coast of western Greece on Tuesday morning, and killed two people while damaging the nation's roads and harbors.
Or are digital vigilantes just hindering government efforts to pursue and disrupt the militant group?
A Hawaiian canoe crew is in Cape Town after completing the most difficult part of the journey around the African coast and rested at the half-way point.
The Metrojet jet was downed over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Oct. 31, an attack claimed by Islamic State. Russian officials say there is growing consensus with Western powers on fighting Islamist terrorism.