Everyone is worried about cybersecurity--but people are still surprisingly terrible at protecting their own privacy.
Jon Stewart went on another of his rants about the politics of the Keystone Pipeline.
Although world leaders have rushed to defend Charlie Hebdo in the wake of the attack on the magazine, it wasn't long before some noticed a bit of hypocrisy in the waters.
In his latest book, “American Dreams,” Marco Rubio calls President Obama’s walk-back of his art history dis “pathetic.”
Pope Francis said Monday he hopes to visit Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay this year, as well as the Central African Republic and Uganda.
The 2015 trips, still in their planning stages and not confirmed, would come on top of his planned three-city visit to the United States in September.
This video should be all we need to end the ol’ haha-Republicans-can’t-science meme.
After the Associated Press revealed that the Obamacare website, Healthcare.gov, divulges massive amounts of personal information to third-party companies, the administration quietly began making changes to the website’s privacy practices.
The TSA blog's year in review highlights some of their proudest accomplishments—like apprehending an alarm clock they mistook for an explosive, or seizing a revolver from a 94-year-old.
President Obama proposed waiving tuition for two years of community college for "anyone who's willing to work for it" Thursday evening, a bold education proposal that the White House says could benefit millions -- but at uncertain cost.