The Indian government has blocked more than 800 websites in a move that has renewed nationwide debate around freedom of speech.
We used to idolize those who hunted big game. Now we shame them on social media. What happened?
Tech entrepreneurs are seizing on the new attention to digital privacy and finding customers around the world in search of more secure tools for online communication.
Authorities in Zimbabwe are seeking an American physician who they say participated in an illegal lion hunt.
Hackathons offer opportunities to design new software and hardware. Citizens from all walks of life are using them to battle social problems – local and global.
Nigeria's new president, who met in late July with President Obama, has stepped up efforts to rescue hostages taken by Islamist militant group Boko Haram.
Fred and Vivian Morgan say they have successfully helped 20 troubled children recover from years of bullying in their Warwick, England home-turned-school.
An opinion poll indicates that German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats could win an absolute majority, prompting fellow conservatives to urge Merkel to run for a fourth term in 2017.
The Turkish army said that the attack was carried out by the Kurdistan Workers Party.
Virunga, Africa's oldest national park, is not immune to security threats. But changing practices have yielded progress.