'Gay cake' ruling: A Belfast bakery has lost an appeal of a 2015 court ruling that it discriminated against a gay man by refusing to bake a cake with a message promoting marriage equality.
At the inaugural Passcode Cup capture the flag challenge, competitors raced through hacking challenges that ranged from password-cracking to compromising a mock water treatment facility.
The UN's refugee agency says it will soon have enough shelters for 150,000 people fleeing Mosul, as Iraqi and Kurdish forces battle to retake the city from the Islamic State.
In a rowdy session of Venezuela's legislature, lawmakers declared Sunday that, by blocking a recall effort, President Nicolas Maduro had staged a coup.
In what French officials are characterizing as a humanitarian operation, authorities are closing down the slum-like camp in Calais, beginning Monday.
Junko Tabei, the first woman to climb Everest, and the first to summit the tallest mountains on all seven continents, died on Thursday.
An unprecedented and alarming attack on the internet's core infrastructure shutdown much of the web Friday in another sign of the growing sophistication of malicious cyberattacks.
Lisa Wiswell was the driving force behind the Defense Department's first-ever bug bounty program, which rewarded outside security researchers for finding vulnerabilities in its websites. Now, the Pentagon is expanding the effort.
South African is the second African nation to pull out of the ICC this week. Has the African continent been unfairly targeted by the criminal court?