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Putin said the development of artificial intelligence presents "colossal opportunities and threats that are difficult to predict now" and "the one who becomes the leader in this sphere will be the ruler of the world."
Rack up a win for the Council on American-Islamic Relations and a network of other U.S. Islamist organizations controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood.
An assessment of U.S. Counterterrorism Policy From 9/11 to ISIS, looks at successes, failures and what we’ve learned in the 16 years since 9/11.
Though the state of Israel has achieved "start-up nation" status in just nearly 70 years since its founding, it also faces the reality that nearly 1.7 million citizens live in poverty.
The experts have been warning us over and over again that stocks cannot keep going up like this indefinitely, and yet this market has seemed absolutely determined to defy the laws of economics.
Israeli officials are planning and ready for several worst-case scenarios in the north as Iran and its terror proxy Hezbollah continue to forge their stranglehold on the region.
A federal judge has ordered a Michigan city to allow a nearby farmer to participate in its farmers market after concluding officials there likely illegally discriminated against him because of his faith.
A new school year has started and with it the struggle has begun anew to protect the delicate minds of college students from any comments, images or insinuations that may offend their sensibilities, trigger their emotions or conflict with their sincerely held beliefs.
There is a growing power struggle between the State Department and the White House over the future direction of American foreign policy.