A veteran U.S. military officer is applying the principles of warfare in the fight against hackers who go after the cloud.
A Libyan militia kidnapped dozens of Tunisians in retaliation for the arrest of an official suspected of terrorist ties.
The prisoners were never charged with a crime, but were still tortured using methods developed by two psychologists contracted by the CIA, the lawsuit alleges.
Oklahoma officials are struggling to stem a rising swarm of earthquakes largely driven by oil and gas activity.
AB InBev and SABMiller, the world's top two beer companies, will combine to create a brewing company that will control 31 percent of the global beer market.
Disappointing China export data pushed global energy and commodities stocks down.
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