Something heartwarming, to send you into the weekend.
One civil servant will determine whether the ERA gets added to America’s founding document—the question is which authority he’ll turn to for guidance.
Facebook told US senators it tracks users' location even after they've turned those settings off. Don't be shocked, we learned this exactly a year ago.
Factchecking has become politicised during this election campaign. But what does it really add to public awareness?
Profits from far-right groups and individuals posting unacceptable content on the social media giant about Muslims may be the reason why it's not taking action to remove it.
The Welsh independence movement lags far behind the Scottish version. Why?
The country could have lessons for the United States.
Michael Clark Jr was officially welcomed into his new family on Thursday - with friends from school cheering him on.
The law has been developing rapidly in places like Ireland and France. UK employers need to watch out.
The cynicism of political lies and the fear of losing control by opening up the corridors of power can’t last.
The investigation into the murder of Malta's most famous journalist has not just plunged the country into crisis; it has revealed Europe's limits and failures.
Jumping from job to job wasn’t a choice, especially for Black folks.
The engine of internet culture is chugging along, changed.
Data portability is friendly to consumers, but it has very little to do with encouraging competition, at least relative to interoperability.
New technology means museums can return items to their countries of origin while still representing those cultures in fair, interesting ways.
The Santa myth tells us more about adults than children.
Hans Calmeyer was a left-wing German lawyer -- his law license was temporarily suspended when he was accused of being a Communist -- who was inducted into the German army under the Nazis, who put him in charge of an office that determined which Dutch people would be deported to Auschwitz during the Nazi occupation.
EU officials have warned that they may not take kindly to a US encryption ban or insertion of crypto backdoor technology.
But one British politician has a plan to end their dominance.
Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular web browsers around, and for good reason. It's fast, secure, open-source, and it's backed by an organization that actually respects your privacy. Unlike many other Chrome alternatives and forks, it has a massive development team behind it that publishes new updates on a constant, regular basis. Regular updates doesn't only mean shiny new features, it means you'll also receive security updates that will keep you protected as you browse the web.
Monday night's protest will see workers demand longer break times and a free commute at a Staten Island fulfillment center with a record of injuries three times the national average.