A queen-size quilt could fetch as much as $350 at consignment stores or arts and crafts festivals, but The Satilla Quilters aren't in it for the money.
Social media companies such as Twitter need to do more to keep terrorists from using their platforms as digital mouthpieces and that means prioritizing national security matters over some users' privacy concerns.
Local Chinese authorities said they will build steel stairs after images of rural school children forced to climb down a more that 2,600-foot mountain side to get to class caught international attention.
At an Atlantic Council event, experts debated what part the US government could play in regulating the Internet of Things more effectively.
The emergence of technologies that falsely promise to predict someone's behavior based on their facial features and expressions is a deeply troubling development.
As the executive director of Boston Area Gleaners, Laurie ‘Duck’ Caldwell is helping collect surplus crops so those in need can benefit from fruits and vegetables.
In light of what he calls Indonesia's child sex abuse 'crisis,' Indonesian President Joko Widodo issued an emergency decree allowing judges to mandate chemical castration as well as the death penalty.
Some 567 migrants were saved from a capsized boat Tuesday, adding to thousands already rescued this week. More refugees are traveling the Libya-Italy route after the EU-Turkey deal.
In this episode of The Cybersecurity Podcast, UC Berkeley's Steve Weber outlines his team's research into the possible futures of the Internet and cybersecurity in 2020.
Boris Johnson, the former London mayor, said Thursday that numbers showing Britain gained 333,000 people last year through immigration prove leaving the EU is the only option.
The appointment of Avigdor Lieberman comes as the international community closely watches Israel's apparent right-wing tilt.
President Obama and Prime Minister Abe are displaying a diplomatic balancing act in the leadup to the U.S. president's historic visit to Hiroshima later this week.