Lawmakers who are on Twitter are more likely to reflect their constituents’ positions in their votes than those who aren’t, according to a new study that suggests social media makes it easier for voters to participate in democracy.
California legislators voted to mandate law enforcement to obtain warrants before sending drones out on surveillance missions, a move aimed at reining in what one lawmaker described as a true threat to individual privacy.
Scientists believe that memory is capable of being molded like hot metal, and new techniques for altering recall may benefit individuals who suffer from PTSD.
Russia hackers are believed to be behind the infiltration and theft of sensitive JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) data mid-August.
The Swedish defense firm Saab has signed a contract to provide U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) with $187 million in Carl Gustav recoilless rifles and ammunition.