The Christian Science Monitor's Passcode traveled across the country to meet these hacker kids who are hunting software bugs, protecting school networks, and helping to safeguard electrical grids.
A newly proposed family tree aims to rewrite the history of some of the most famous dinosaurs.
Gary Goldman says he initially pitched ideas and character designs that wound up in the Disney hit 'Zootopia,' which grossed more than $341 million at the domestic box office.
Germany will deport German-born children of immigrants, following concerns that they may have been considering terrorist activity, a court ruled Tuesday.
'Shots,' which premieres on March 22, depicts two deaths likely linked to a sheriff's department – one of which receives far more attention from the government. Sanaa Lathan and Stephan James star in the 10-episode series.
After 150 schools closed on the island – part of an austerity plan to close up to 600 – parents serve as janitors and students face up to a two-hour round-trip by foot to get an education.
Pope Francis formally apologized to Rwanda for the role Catholic clergy played in attacks, saying he hoped to begin a new chapter in the Church's relationship with the government and its people.
The world’s least-happiest country, the Central African Republic, is also one of its most fragile, a result of violent civil strife. Yet it is also the focus of an international effort to disarm and reintegrate its armed groups, bringing some hope.
The US and China have made progress on curbing commercial cyberespionage. Now, the global powers need to set limits when it comes to digital warfare.
Next month, Sesame Street will debut Julia, a Muppet on the autism spectrum, in hopes of shedding stigma around the condition.
With Libya falling into violent chaos and foreign diplomacy failing, one report suggests that some local Muslim clerics serve as trusted mediators, able to attract warring parties through moderation and equality.
Science isn't about putting any nation first. It is about putting humanity's quest for knowledge first.
A roundup of global commentary for the March 20, 2017, weekly magazine.
Did a US Court of Appeals accidentally settle a long-raging grammatical debate?
The Great Barrier Reef clings to life in the warming waters around Australia, a phenomenon that threatens reefs around the planet.
With acute food needs in four countries, the UN faces the worst humanitarian crisis in seven decades. The world must assist its most vulnerable, not only with money but efforts for peace in these conflict areas.
In a post on Monday, Facebook says it is prohibiting developers from using the data it collects on users to monitor activists and protesters.
The EU's top court has ruled that employers have the right to prevent employees from wearing 'any political, philosophical, or religious sign' in the workplace.