New research shows floods like the one that ransacked northern Colorado two years ago, killing 10 people, might be more common than previously thought - and that could require more homeowners to get flood insurance and trigger more stringent construction rules.
Nearly a year after the devastating hacking attack that leaked thousands of emails, Sony Pictures Entertainment again finds itself trying to justify its own inner dealings, this time over the upcoming Will Smith film about head trauma and the NFL, "Concussion."
It's clearly illegal to hack into someone else's computer network and steal information from it. But what about a police officer who uses his own department's computer database to look up women from his past? Or an employee who uses his log-in credentials to download confidential information from his employer?
China is leaning on the animal kingdom - including a squad of nest-wrecking monkeys - to ensure its military parade commemorating the end of World War II goes smoothly.
The identical twin girls are expected to be born in December, according to an announcement Mayer posted on her blog late Monday.
Malicious software targeting smartphones with the Android operating system is becoming more common, with some handsets already infected when they're bought.
Legionnaires' disease has been reported in a handful of states this summer, leading to 19 deaths and more than 100 illnesses.
The current El Nino weather pattern may be on track to become one of the strongest in more than half a century, experts at the World Meteorological Organization said Tuesday.
A former Secret Service agent has pleaded guilty to charges related to the theft of electronic currency during a high-profile investigation into the online drug bazaar Silk Road.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and her aides at the State Department were acutely aware - and occasionally frustrated - by the need to protect sensitive information when discussing international affairs over email and other correspondence.
Chaos enveloped the city's Keleti station.
British prosecutors say they are considering corporate charges against Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. over phone hacking at the now-defunct News of the World tabloid.
While drought-plagued California is eager for rain, the forecast of a potentially Godzilla-like El Nino event has communities clearing out debris basins, urging residents to stock up on emergency supplies and even talking about how a deluge could affect the 50th Super Bowl.
Street stalls that offer North Koreans a place to spend - or make - money on everything from snow cones to DVDs are flourishing in Pyongyang and other North Korean cities, modest but growing forms of private commerce in a country where capitalism is officially anathema.
The Committee to Protect Journalists is urging Chinese authorities to release a reporter accused of spreading false information on the country's stock market meltdown, calling it the latest act of media intimidation by President Xi Jinping's administration.