Is it fair to jail a former Army sergeant who truly believed he was protecting fellow soldiers from a Taliban bomber when he shot at firefighters responding to a fire in his apartment?
A Florida Tesla driver was killed when his car's cameras failed to distinguish the white side of a turning tractor-trailer from a brightly lit sky and didn't automatically activate its brakes.
There are five candidates competing for the position of leader of Britain's Conservative Party. The winner, to be announced September 9, will become prime minister.
A police captain's son accused of plotting an attack on a college campus to support the Islamic State group was indicted Thursday on terrorism charges.
Moscow recently hammered out a deal with the Nicaraguan government to supply the Nicaraguan military with $80 million in T-72 tanks.
Social media companies have taken an ethical stance on bullying behaviors in social media by removing offensive posts and reporting offenders to the police when necessary. Now, more than ever, those same companies must take the same actions when terrorists post or communicate on social media.
'Independence Day: Resurgence' will likely be a huge summer hit, but could such real-life interstellar ne’er-do-wells really sneak up on us?
Earlier this year, the Islamic State released a chilling video in which it directly threatened attacks on Britain; this past week, the group is applauding Brexit.
The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging a key computer crime law, arguing that it violates the Constitution.
More than 1 in 5 Americans will cancel their summer travel plans or find other means because of long airport lines, according to a recent study. Here's some helpful tips.
The deadly terror attack at Turkey's largest airport has posed an all-too-familiar question to security officials: how to protect passengers and bystanders from such carnage?
A dissatisfaction toward elected officials' handling of immigration and the economy fueled Brexit.The same issues highlight the U.S. presidential election.
Shockingly, congressional dysfunction appears likely to scuttle a scaled-back version of President Barack Obama's $1.9 billion emergency request to combat Zika.