War waged by artificial intelligence creates new possibilities on the battlefield and new concerns from human rights watchdogs.
The advances in artificial intelligence reshaping exploration and navigation are also changing the way war is waged. With weapons of war taking on more autonomy, decisions made now by governments around the world will determine the future of global conflict.
Rising sea levels and more powerful storms are creating more climate change refugees.By Newsy / Kevin Clancy
New technology has changed the way we meet. But will it redefine love as we know it?By Newsy / Jennifer Smart
What happens when you remove prison as a major form of punishment in our criminal justice system? Some cities and states want to find out.By Newsy / Kevin Clancy
President Biden to end COVID-19 emergencies May 11
This comes as lawmakers have already ended elements of the emergencies that kept millions of Americans insured during the pandemic.By Susan Walsh / AP
Reports: New grand jury in NY examining Trump hush money
News outlets, citing unnamed sources, reported witnesses started testifying before a grand jury to hear evidence against Trump in a years-old probe.By Alex Brandon / AP
Brazil's Bolsonaro applies for 6-month US visitor visa
The former president applied for the visa amid an investigation into whether he had any role in inciting an uprising in Brazil's capital.By Eraldo Peres / AP