The Pentagon wants all children to know that Santa Claus can fly safely through American airspace during the holiday season.
Health and Human Services released long overdue guidelines Friday ordering facilities that house illegal immigrant children to set up sexual abuse prevention programs, and to be prepared to deal with tricky cases such as transgender or intersex children.
President Obama said Friday that the U.S. will retaliate against North Korea for its cyberattack against Sony Pictures, and he thinks the movie studio “made a mistake” by canceling the release of a movie in response to the hacking.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Friday that traffic fatalities on U.S. roads fell by 3.1 percent in 2013, while the number of people injured in crashes also declined by 2.1 percent.
Harvard’s dining hall pulled SodaStream machines after members of the college’s Palestine Solidarity Committee and other activists deemed the product a “microaggression.”
Now that the first cyberwar is underway, the IT experts are taking a close look about the particulars. And with every war comes weaponry, and predictions that privacy technology must keep up with aggressive hackers. It’s a reality of the “knowledge economy” - where business and enterprise is fueled by data at lightening speed, and often personal data at that. But it’s complicated. Even the United Nations is laboring on a resolution to put before the General Assembly that calls upon nations to “respect and protect a global right to privacy.” Is it possible?
The Guardians of Peace, who hacked Sony Pictures, sent a thank you to film company executives for pulling “The Interview” from theaters — but added rather ominously that if excerpts found their way onto the Internet, more embarrassing data would be released.
The parents of Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes are pleading for him to be spared the death penalty.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh sent out a stark message to listeners during his recent broadcast, referring to the president’s recent announcement about normalizing relations with Cuba and calling the move “chump change” to what’s coming.
A marijuana shop near Los Angeles scraped off the image of a pot-smoking Santa Claus — as well as the painted character of a snowman holding a prescription pill bottle — from its storefront windows after neighbors complained of the messaging.
Donald Trump’s 2014 Christmas card has political tones that aren’t very subtle — he outright demands President Obama step away from the White House.
A 14-year-old boy whose father was murdered six years ago says he was protecting his grandmother after he fatally shot a man who was trying to break into his grandparents’ home on Tuesday in Charlotte, North Carolina.