More than 100 leading AI experts are calling on the United Nations to prevent the development and use of killer robots.
"You either surrender, or die," Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a televised speech announcing the offensive, addressing the militants.
As President Donald Trump gets "very close" to a new Afghanistan strategy, there's more at stake than just military victory.
There are growing concerns war games planned next month by Russia with its neighbor Belarus could be a cover for something more sinister.
Any joint operation between the Lebanese army, Hezbollah and the Syrian army could jeopardize U.S. military aid Lebanon receives.
Three Navy members have been removed as a result of the deadly crash on June 17.
Europe has been the target of a series of deadly terror attacks in recent years, yet the nature of Thursday's attacks in Spain are "totally different", according to the managing director of a risk and security consultancy firm.
The Demosisto leaders have been sent to prison in a ruling that bars them from seeking political office for five years.
The United States and South Korea will go ahead with joint military drills next week, the top U.S. military official said on Thursday, resisting pressure from North Korea and its ally China to halt the contentious exercises.
The world's two biggest emerging economies are at direct odds on their shared border.
NASA has been asking for suggestions from the public to beam up to the most distant man-made object in the universe, with Tuesday marking the final day for people to send in their requests.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will watch what "the foolish Yankees" do before making a decision on plans to fire four missiles toward the U.S. territory of Guam, state media in the reclusive nation reported.
Radio stations in Guam accidentally broadcast an emergency civil danger warning on Tuesday, prompting residents of the U.S. pacific territory to fear the worst after a week of military threats from North Korea.
Kim Jong Un said he will watch the actions of the U.S. for a while longer before making a decision, the North's official news agency said.
President Donald Trump on Monday signed a memorandum that could lead to a trade investigation of alleged Chinese theft of intellectual property.
Meanwhile, political troubles continue to simmer away in Latin America's largest economy.
Trump's order to investigate supposedly unfair Chinese trade practices will "poison" relations between the two countries, a Chinese state-run newspaper said.
Saudi Arabia’s planned execution of 14 Shiite protesters suggests the government’s handling of sectarian tensions and unrest remains unchanged.
Tensions on the Korean peninsula eased slightly on Monday as South Korea's president said resolving Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions must be done peacefully and key U.S. officials played down the risk of an imminent war with North Korea.
Companies that specialize in selling items to people planning for the worst say they have had a bump in sales.
Digital-only startup Starling Bank is being watched by some of the biggest banks – and they'll probably try to copy its model, according to CEO Anne Boden.
China now has a list of what it considers the "right" kind of outbound investment as the government continues its crackdown on foreign spending.
Fewer U.S. soldiers are participating in drills with South Korea in what analysts call a strategic move to calm tensions.
European markets edged slightly lower on Monday as geopolitical uncertainty trickled over from Asian trading, though mining stocks helped to limit losses.
Asia markets closed mixed as investors digested developments in Washington while U.S.-South Korea drills kicked off.
A rally at the end of last week prompted investors to close positions at a higher price.