The latest serving of leaks apparently coming from Edward Snowden point to US and UK hacking of Israeli drones. But in light of so many recent exposures of allies spying on each other, how surprising is this?
Oriel College at Oxford was alarmed by international protest after students asked to remove a statue of imperialist Cecil Rhodes, and officials announced Thursday that the historical monument will stay, but with additional context.
Japan's Minister of Defense Gen Nakatani ordered Aegis destroyers in the Sea of Japan to be ready for any North Korean action.
Several European countries announced new plans Thursday for dealing with the refugee crisis that dominated 2015.
Images of the Tiananmen Square protests will likely remain censored in China. Getty Images, which partners with the Visual China Group, says the iconic photos will still be available for international customers.
Decades later, thousands of children and parents in Kansas City have benefited from Operation Breakthrough.
On Data Privacy Day, it's sobering to remember how many people have been personally affected by devastating breaches. But many of those hacks could have been prevented if companies simply employed a more than 20-year-old principle known as Privacy by Design.
The European Commission said that Greece has failed in its obligation to conduct necessary steps before allowing migrants to flow into Europe.