(CNN) — As Charlotte becomes the latest city to erupt in racial tension, Massachusetts' highest court ruled this week that just because a black suspect flees police, it does not necessarily signify guilt.
Taipei asked Google to blur military facilities on island in the South China Sea. Taiwan had good reason to want to hide a secret island base in the South China Sea. The country is building military fortifications
An analysis of four prominent maps, including the one Google, Apple, and Bing use–but shouldn’t. In November 2014, the Russian invasion of the Ukrainian peninsula, Crimea, became a virtual battlefield
The 1983 film WarGames portrayed a young hacker tapping into NORAD's artificial-intelligence-driven nuclear weapons' system. When the hit movie was screened for President Reagan, it prompted the commander
An ongoing Russian military build-up on Ukraine's borders may indicate preparations for conventional military conflict. It certainly marks a dramatic escalation of tensions that will have significant in
“The EPA did not support quantitatively its conclusions about lack of evidence for widespread, systemic impacts of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water resources.” In June of 2015, the Environmental
The increasingly assertive superpower is forcing the west to make tricky strategic and political choices Whether he wins or loses the US presidency next November, Donald Trump has already come up with
Charee Stanley alleges she was wrongly suspended by the airline for requesting she not have to serve alcohol to passengers in compliance with her religion A Muslim flight attendant who made headlines year
For all the focus on terrorism, one of the most striking features of the last decade is that the risk of war between the world’s major countries has returned. For the first time since the fall of the wall,
A man walks into a bookstore and asks for a copy of the constitution. “We don’t sell periodical literature,” replies the manager. This joke dates to 1958, when France passed the Fifth Republic constitution.