The former first lady made two surprise visits to public schools in Washington, D.C., once last week and once on International Women's Day on Wednesday.
Multiple Chinese outlets picked up a satirical story claiming a paranoid Trump ordered White House phones wrapped in tinfoil.
Too often computer scientists are left out of public debates about computer science.
A high school senior came up with the idea of the book club as a way to mentor younger girls using literature. Now, some of the girls who were in the club its first year are returning four years later as mentors.
More than half of Somali residents are struggling with the effects of drought, as widespread food shortages threaten millions.
The gathering was part of a series of events organized by Double Yerushalmi, a group trying to build closer ties between Arabs and Jews through cultural activities.
Fabled children's book author Dr. Seuss once said that his experience working at Standard Oil 'taught me conciseness and how to marry pictures with words.'
Moscow carried out a digital campaign to disrupt our democracy, but did not change vote counts. That's a key distinction because the US needs to accurately identify weaknesses to sharpen national cyberdefenses.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Mexico's economy minister warned that his country will break off NAFTA negotiations if the United States proposes tariffs on goods imported from Mexico.
The Trump administration is dropping a claim against a Texas voter ID law, one of the nation's strictest. A federal appeals court has ordered the state to fix the law's discriminatory effects.
Several major news outlets were blocked from an off-camera press 'gaggle' on Friday, igniting furious criticism from media organizations.
A roundup of global commentary for the Feb. 20, 2017 weekly magazine.