With the help of a new survey, the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council is looking to crowdsource ideas for boosting federal cybersecurity. Considering the government's recent data breach troubles, the push comes at a good time.
As a result of the shooting of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe, the president of the Professional Hunters’ Association of South Africa has publicly suggested that the group reconsider its stance on lion-hunting. But the association emphasizes that, no matter the case, regulated hunting still has its place as a conservation tool.
Some of the most informative guides you can find ahead of the 2015 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition, taking place in Detroit this weekend.
The world of niche publishing may not be quite as focused on the almighty pageview or banner ad as its larger cousin, but that's definitely no reason not to evolve. And sometimes, the legacy could simply be holding you back.
During a hearing in front of the House Judiciary Committee, the leaders of many trade groups made the case for keeping regulations away from connected devices, saying that regulating things too quickly could hurt the industry's potential.
As Delta Sigma Theta members were leaving Houston following their annual meeting last week, they ran into airport security problems for an unexpected reason: A large souvenir booklet apparently looked like an explosive on the TSA's scanners.
A new study of association executives found that while more than 70 percent of meetings executives could see their groups holding events in the Middle East, the region's potential for membership growth pales in comparison to other parts of the world.
A controversial International Association of Athletics Federations test that determines if female athletes are eligible to compete was suspended this week by an arbitration body, which found that the test had insufficient scientific backing. The result is that an award-winning sprinter will be able to get back into the race.
In Zimbabwe, a safari group in the country is taking a lead role in responding to the death of Cecil the lion at the hands of a trophy hunter. In the U.S., meanwhile, American animal-rights groups are denouncing, in the harshest of terms, the popular lion's death.
Disability rights groups, many of which spent the 1980s fighting for equality on the ground level, won a fairly large victory with the 1990 passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act. This week, as the law turns 25, here's how groups affected by the law are moving forward.