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Medical News Today: Color blindness: When red looks like brown

From street signs to our national flags, colors are an integral part of society. But for colorblind individuals, this can cause serious challenges.

Morning Skate: Are we getting closer to a Jaromir Jagr signing?

Names of teams interested in Jagr are starting to hit the market, but are they more then whispers? You love hockey. You love SB Nation. You love reading hockey at SB Nation. Search your feelings. You know these things are true. But life's too busy to browse the whole network for news. Show More Summary

Demi Lovato Tapped for National Anthem at Mayweather vs. McGregor

Demi Lovato has signed on to sing the national anthem at the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight on August 26... Showtime has confirmed. Lovato is a HUUUUGE fight fan. She's not only a regular at UFC fights, but also trains MMA at Jay Glazer's gym in Los…

Donald Trump announces his new Afghanistan strategy: Say you have a new strategy

Donald Trump, fresh off the golf course, gave a rare speech to the nation on Monday night to reveal his new plan for Afghanistan. In a half hour teleprompter plod, through text Trump gave every sign of never seeing before, he revealed no troop numbers, no dates, no goals, no … anything. Show More Summary

Experts Warn Against Killer Robots Going To War

Robotics experts have asked the United Nations to act to restrict the use of robots in warfare. More than 100 people have signed an open letter warning of the dangers of “lethal autonomous weapons.” The letter is aimed at those involved...Show More Summary

Trump administration 'disbands climate change advisory committee'

The administration of President Donald Trump has decided to disband a federal advisory panel on climate change - in a further sign of the White House's view on environmental policy. The panel is part of the National Climate Assessment,...Show More Summary

Trump OKs sending 4,000 more troops to Afghanistan: Fox News

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

President Donald Trump has signed off on sending 4,000 more troops to Afghanistan, Fox News reported on Monday, citing a senior U.S. official. The report comes before Trump addresses the nation on his strategy for Afghanistan at 9:00 p.m. EDT Monday (0100 GMT on Tuesday). (Reporting by Eric Walsh;...

What Experts Say About The Call To Ban Killer Robots

An open letter signed by 116 founders of robotics and artificial intelligence companies from 26 countries - including Elon Musk and Mustafa Suleyman - has urged the United Nations to ban lethal autonomous weapons (often called "killer robots") internationally. Both those who signed the letter, and leading Australian experts have spoken out about the move. More »      

Gabrielle Carteris Supporters Continue Win Streak In Local SAG-AFTRA Elections

EXCLUSIVE: Supporters of SAG-AFTRA president Gabrielle Carteris continue to rack up wins in local elections across the country – a juggernaut that shows all signs of propelling her to re-election when the ballots for national office are counted Thursday. Supporters of her Unite For Strength slate swept the New England local elections on Friday. Show More Summary

NFL announces live streaming partnership in China

Continuing its strategy for over the top streaming, the National Football League has announced that it has signed a deal to provide live games in China. A company called Tencent will be providing the streaming and the NFL hopes that China will becoming an emerging market. Show More Summary

Elon Musk and AI experts urge U.N. to ban killer robots

Tesla and SpaceX chief Elon Musk has joined dozens of CEOs of artificial intelligence companies in signing an open letter urging the United Nations to ban the use of AI in weapons before the technology gets out of hand. The letter was published Monday — the same day the U.N.’s Group of Governmental...

Wide Receiver Anquan Boldin Calls It a Great NFL Career

One of the most prolific pass-catchers in NFL history has told the Buffalo Bills that his playing days in the National Football League are over. Earlier this month, veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin signed a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills. Show More Summary

AI experts, Elon Musk want UN ban on military weapons

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is among several major tech industry figures and researchers who’ve signed an open letter urging the United Nations to regulate the use of military weapons powered by artificial intelligence. In the letter from the Future of Life Institute — which Musk is a backer of — the 116...

Oddsmakers weigh in: Will an elite recruiter win college football’s national title?

Casinos seem to side with the recruiting rankings. The national champions over the last decade-plus have all signed more four- and five-star recruits over the previous four classes than two- and three-star recruits. A half-decade ago, I dubbed this the. To put it simply, you don’t ride a bunch of sleeper recruits to the title. Show More Summary

Lebanon president signs public sector pay rise and tax hike laws

Lebanese President Michel Aoun signed off on public sector wage increases and related tax hikes on Monday, the national news agency NNA said. Aoun had held off ratifying the two laws since parliament approved them last month, amid concerns from businesses about the impact of more taxes on Lebanon’s fragile economy. The public sector pay […]

Elon Musk is right: we should all be worried about killer robots

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, along with 115 other artificial intelligence and robotics specialists, has signed an open letter to urge the United Nations to recognize the dangers of lethal autonomous weapons and to ban their use internationally. Show More Summary

116 Experts From 26 Countries Ask UN To Ban Fully Autonomous Weapons Systems

Photo. AP Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Google AI expert Mustafa Suleyman are among 116 experts from 26 countries who have signed a letter to the United Nations asking it to ban autonomous weapons worldwide, warning killer robots could usher in an unprecedented new era of deadly warfare. More »      

Indiana Fever to show sign of unity during national anthem this weekend

Fever join 4 other WNBA teams to lock arms in show of unity. Indiana Fever players are expected to lock arms with opposing players during the national anthem in their upcoming WNBA games this weekend, the team announced on its website. Show More Summary

Is Trump watching Fox again? All signs point to yes

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Donald Trump had a busy schedule set for Friday afternoon, flying to Camp David for a meeting with the National Security Council after a working lunch at Laurel Lodge. But we can almost definitively say the president prepared for the day by watching Fox News in the morning, angrily live-tweeting...

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American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture and the National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization have signed a memorandum outlining their plans to create a more agriculture literate society. They will focus on opportunities...Show More Summary

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