Just two weeks before the Russian presidential elections, Vladimir Putin delivered his annual state of the nation address to the Federal Assembly.
Discussions about college affordability circle around lowering tuition fees, providing more financial aid, and in general easing the financial burden on students and parents. Nearly all…
Online platforms should take down "terrorist content" within an hour of it being reported, the E.U. said Thursday in new recommendations to internet companies.
An aid convoy entered Afrin in northwestern Syria on Thursday for the first time since Turkish-led fighters launched an assault on the Kurdish enclave in January, the Red Cross said.
French prosecutors charged far-right leader Marine Le Pen on Thursday for posting on Twitter gruesome images of purported atrocities by Islamic State jihadists.
Expressions like “disagree” and “I oppose” have been blocked on Chinese social media platforms, shortly after the proposal to revise the country’s presidential term limit.
Hundreds of Rohingya living in no man's land have left their makeshift camp and crossed into Bangladesh after soldiers from Myanmar used loudhailers to threaten them.
The death toll rose to at least 42 since Friday as the brutal cold claimed its first victim in Serbia, a 75-year-old man whose body was found in a field two days after he went missing.
Chinese authorities are using big data and predictive computing power to flag and detain individuals deemed threatening in the western Xinjiang region.