New technology has changed the way we meet. But will it redefine love as we know it?
From train travel to Tinder, new tech has always opened up new ways to experience love. In this episode, we explore love and dating in virtual reality, following one of the first couples legally wed in VR and hearing from experts and alt-space pioneers.
Rising sea levels and more powerful storms are creating more climate change refugees.By Newsy / Kevin Clancy
War waged by artificial intelligence creates new possibilities on the battlefield and new concerns from human rights watchdogs.By Newsy / Kevin Clancy
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
Damar Hamlin thankful, speaks publicly for 1st time in video
Amid thanks for the outpouring of support, Damar Hamlin noted that he continues to make goo progress in his recovery.By Joshua Bessex / AP
UK leader fires party chairman over tax bill allegations
He had faced days of pressure to sack Nadhim Zahawi amid allegations he settled a multimillion-dollar unpaid tax bill while in charge of the Treasury.By Alastair Grant / AP
Online system to seek asylum in US is quickly overwhelmed
The daily ritual resembles a race for concert tickets when online sales begin for a major act.By Elliot Spagat / AP