A requirement for high office seems to be a willingness to blast people to death, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Does it really matter that Trident veered off in the wrong direction?
Apple just issued a patch for yet another vulnerability discovered as part of the cyberattack on a UAE human rights dissident.
This 46-year-old human rights defender has been a constant hacking target for the UAE government.
NSO just had its premiere iPhone hacking tool exposed.
The malware was used to target a political dissident in the United Arab Emirates.
We asked some people in the street if they're as ruthless as Theresa May.
It feels stupid to have to set out the case against Trident, Britain's massive "nuclear deterrent"—mostly, let's not kill ourselves and everyone we love.
The economy of towns and villages around the Faslane nuclear base rely on weapons of mass destruction that could kill us all.
The fiery death of humanity could eliminate the deficit crisis and be a boon to British workers.