"The handwriting is already up and down the wall that we'll never have the labor force that we had before," says one farm owner from a part of California where some farms are using robots to help work the crops.
"We don't see one concrete fact either about hackers or about some secret probes into election meddling in almost every Western country, or on the issue of accusations of rights abuses of LGBT representatives in Chechnya," Sergei Lavrov told journalists.
Brzezinski was perhaps best known for his role as national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter. Lesser-known is that the Roman Catholic son of an aristocratic Polish diplomat almost became Iran’s foreign minister.
New questions have been raised over a meeting between Jared Kushner — Donald Trump's son-in-law and special adviser — and a Russian banker called Sergei Gorkov. Gorkov is a graduate of the Russian intelligence academy and has ties to Vladimir Putin.
Nitrogen dioxide is known to harm human health, especially lungs and heart. Now, a new study finds that sharp increases in nitrogen dioxide levels may lower life satisfaction as much as events like the death of a spouse.
As Team Syria edges closer to qualifying to compete in the 2018 World Cup, many top soccer players face a dilemma — to play for the love of sport or to play for a team that's seen as boosting a brutal dictator.
When performing her latest single, “Peligrosa,” Downs says she thought about women who are seen as “dangerous because we think, because we have opinions, because we want to go to school, because we want to be independent.”
A massive car bomb in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday killed almost 100 people and wounded hundreds more. Learn about the lives of two of the victims, and how the death of a breadwinner in Afghanistan can leave a family in financial ruin.