Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee has suggested that the U.S. Census ask for criminal records in order for the government to better reintegrate people with a criminal history back into the U.S....
The Islamic State is staging a resurgence in West Africa, with the group having claimed the executions of 29 Nigerian soldiers.
More than 40 countries voted on international guidelines for the transparent and ethical use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Analysts argue that Ford Motors will have to cut tens of thousands of more jobs in order to remain profitable, in addition to the 7,000 worldwide job cuts the automaker already announced on Monday.
The United States Postal Service has begun testing self-driving trucks in order to make its deliveries more efficient.
British Steel, the U.K.'s second largest steel producer, is on the brink of collapse, leaving thousands of jobs at risk.
More than two dozen female former employees of Mcdonald's have accused the fast-food giant of allowing sexual harassment to take place at their restaurants, in the latest chapter of the #metoo...
Retailer J.C. Penney announced a drop in sales for the first fiscal quarter of 2019. The emergence of online shopping outlets such as Amazon and the current trade war between the United States and...
The Department of Homeland Security has warned that Chinese-made drones could compromise sensitive U.S. intelligence and security information.
An Italian data analytics firm has found that some fake Instagram accounts are engaging in an online campaign to malign the president's image.
Facebook has been testing self-learning robots so that it can better stomp out disinformation and hate space on the platform.
The Central Bank of Russia has lowered its shares of U.S. currency, as Russian financial services increasingly turn towards the Chinese Yuan.
An Eastern European cybercrime network was criminally prosecuted due to teamwork between U.S. and European authorities this week.
Morocco is using a law in its penal code to crack down on journalists, Human Rights Watch alleges.
An Austrian Muslim community organization is fighting back a day after the Austrian parliament passed a law banning the headscarf in Austrian primary schools.
The head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wrote a letter to lawmakers saying that the Department of Education is not doing enough to regulate student loan providers.
A French Health Agency released a report that LED lights commonly found in homes, automobiles, and electronic devices can damage your wellbeing.
Taiwan voted on Friday to legalize gay marriage, the first country in Asia to do so.
The FCC's chairman Ajit Pai has revealed a plan urging phone companies to adopt technology that can block unwanted calls, with robocalls being the most notorious offender.
The College Board will introduce a score to the SAT college entrance exam that measures a student's hardships as concerns rise that wealthy students have an unfair advantage in college admissions.