The search giant is assembling an advisory panel and dedicating staff to handle thousands of search removal requests flooding it in the wake of May’s European Union court ruling.
Responding to a directive from the Department of Homeland Security, the Transportation Security Administration is increasing scrutiny of cell phones carried by some overseas commercial aircraft travelers.
The Supreme Court on Monday dealt a setback to the Affordable Care Act by ruling that employers with religious objections can refuse to pay for contraception.
Hillary Clinton takes on critics to defend her $200,000 fee for university speeches by insisting that it goes to charity through the work of The Clinton Foundation.
Efforts to fight obesity via government regulation of unhealthy foods and drinks have faced stiff resistance in other parts of the country.
President Barack Obama will ask Congress for $2 billion in emergency funds to address the child immigration crisis.
After a year of legislative victories for the community, this Sunday’s New York Pride Parade comes with plenty to celebrate.
At age 14 Swartz co-wrote the specifications for RSS, which is essential to the syndication of content over the web.
Former Secretary of State and expected 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is poised to get paid $225,000 to speak at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, leaving some students outraged.
Michelle has used the power of the Office of the First Lady to spearhead a number of important programs.