At a Passcode event on Thursday, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Director Arati Prabhakar, along with leading government figures in cybersecurity, offered a rare glimpse into research happening in government labs.
FBI Director James Comey criticized the lack of official data available on police-involved shootings Wednesday, saying some private newspapers so far have done a better job at producing statistics.
To close the huge power deficit and boost their economies, Africa’s larger economies have decided it might be time to go nuclear.
'A More Perfect Union' is one of at least seven books, many of which have become bestsellers, penned by the former neurosurgeon.
Experts and advocates have encouraged federal officials to consider the environmental sustainability of a food source in their nutritional recommendations.
Edward Snowden’s public statement that he’s willing to go to jail might be an effort to restart discussions with the US over the terms of his return.
The Court of Justice of the European Union on Tuesday invalidated a data transfer deal between the US and EU in a move that could have broad repercussions for thousands of American businesses.
Hillary Clinton said on Monday that if elected, she would use executive action to expand background checks for gun purchases. It could be a demonstration of how to circumvent Congress by using assertive presidential power.
After almost ten years in power, Canada's Conservative party is locked in a tight three-way race with the centrist Liberals and the center-left New Democratic Party.
Monday marks Chief Justice John Roberts's second decade in Court. What do the next years have in store?
Both the Democratic front-runner and the Republican rising star think the US should declare and enforce a no-fly zone in Syria. Military experts say it could set up a showdown with Russia that would be best to avoid.
At a Passcode event on Thursday, State Department Cyber Coordinator Chris Painter said the US is still grappling with basic definitions in the digital realm – such as, what constitutes a cyberweapon – complicating the idea of a formal accord to control their use.