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A Tesla in Autopilot mode can drive itself but it's not a "self-driving" vehicle, at least as far as safety regulators are concerned.
 
The Indian subcontinent was partitioned in 1947 into India and Pakistan on the basis of religion. Bangladesh was born 31 years later, in 1971, on the basis of nationalism, democracy and secularism. Democracy we lost first, in the mid-70s and then in the early 80s, and are yet to recover fully. Secularism, which was on a gradual decline, now faces its most severe threat.
 
What's beginning to look like this year's Republican presidential primaries in the U.S. has morphed into a political scramble for the U.N. secretary general's seat.
 
Twitter was embroiled in controversy Wednesday after banning an editor at the conservative Breitbart website for fueling a stream of abuse that drove "Ghostbusters" star Leslie Jones to quit the social network.
 
Donald Trump is a billionaire real estate tycoon with bravado to spare, a former reality television star who says winning is everything -- and has his sights set on one of the biggest prizes on Earth.
 
Grieving together? Forget it. Unlike past violence in France, the Bastille Day attack on Nice didn't inspire political solidarity -- instead it sharpened the anger of government critics, fortified the hard right and made it even less plausible that Socialist President Francois Hollande will win re-election next year.
 
After Mitt Romney lost the 2012 presidential election, Republican Party heavyweights uniformly agreed that white voters alone do not hold the keys to winning the White House.
 
Liar. Garbage. Lock her up.
 
The Islamic State group has claimed several high-profile attacks in the West that it appears to have inspired rather than planned, sowing fear and boosting its profile at low cost.
 
The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague's award on July 12 in favor of the Philippines in its case against China pursuant to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea creates significant economic, political and operational risks for the Taiwan government and Taiwan-based companies.
 
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