Tech critics aren't keen on the idea, pointing to a history of using automated systems that end up discriminating against already-marginalized groups.
Israel's Supreme Court on Sunday approved Aleksey Burkov's extradition to the U.S. on suspicion of cyber crimes.
"Reforestation needs to be part of the solution if we're going to succeed, but we need to understand that trees everywhere isn't always a good thing," one researcher said.
Facing pushback from some conservative allies, the president seems to be softening his desire for a crackdown on e-cigs.
Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said his country is not "a hotel" for militants.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his backers describe the emergency response group as tools of Western propaganda and Islamist-led insurgents.
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At least four candidates have shared QAnon messaging online or in person, suggesting the conspiracy theory is shifting from the internet to the campaign trail.
King had served his Long Island congressional district since 1993.
The fate of nearly a million young people is at stake in one of the most important cases before the justices this term.
"There are simply not enough fire trucks for every house," News South Wales said in a statement. "If you call for help, you may not get it."
In the transcripts made public, no Republican has spoken more than Rep. Lee Zeldin, who appears more than 550 times.
An unidentified demonstrator was undergoing surgery in critical condition in Chan Wai district, the hospital told NBC News.
By midcentury, troops could face an extra month of heat-index temperatures above 100 F every year, the Union of Concerned Scientists found.
The head of the country's armed forces said the military had asked Bolivian President Evo Morales to step down in the wake of weeks of protests.
Haley said, the men "confided in me that when they resisted the president, they weren't being insubordinate, they were trying to save the country."