Rob Reynolds

Rob Reynolds

US & Canada

CES 2019: Facial recognition technology brings privacy concerns

A Taiwanese firm's facial recognition system will be used in stores for retailers to identify customers with products.

CES 2019: Facial recognition technology brings privacy concerns

US & Canada

CES 2019: New technologies on show

This year, there's anxiety over tumbling stock prices, and a trade war between the US and China.

CES 2019: New technologies on show

US & Canada

California plans stricter gun laws in 2019

California is going to ban anyone under 21 from buying rifles, shotguns and semiautomatic weapons.

California plans stricter gun laws in 2019

US & Canada

Oakland fights to keep NFL team the Raiders

California city's leaders are suing the team and NFL for leaving their longtime home, which has a strong fanbase.

Oakland fights to keep NFL team the Raiders

US & Canada

California wildfires: Number of missing surpasses 1,000

Governor Jerry Brown calls climate change and severe wildfires in California 'the new abnormal', as volunteers search for bodies of those who could not escape the worst US wildfires in 100 years.

California wildfires: Number of missing surpasses 1,000

United States

Raging California wildfires kill 9, force thousands to flee

Entire communities destroyed as firefighters struggle to contain fires plaguing state.

Raging California wildfires kill 9, force thousands to flee

US & Canada

California bar shooting: Ian David Long identified as suspect

Police say the former marine shot into a crowd at a Thousand Oaks bar, killing 12 before likely turning gun on himself.

California bar shooting: Ian David Long identified as suspect

US & Canada

US rights group ready to provide assistance to arriving migrants

Group says Central Americans fleeing violence have the right to apply for asylum despite Trump's bid to block them.

US rights group ready to provide assistance to arriving migrants

Middle East

Silicon Valley financiers are recoiling from Saudi money

After the murder of Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate, tech companies distance themselves from Saudi money.

Silicon Valley financiers are recoiling from Saudi money

US & Canada

California to grant parole to nonviolent third-strike criminals

Some are serving life sentences for offences as trivial as shoplifting or possessing small amounts of narcotics.

California to grant parole to nonviolent third-strike criminals

US Midterms 2018

Running to be first female Native American in Congress

New Mexico's Deb Haaland is among the large number of minority and marginalized candidates in upcoming US midterm elections.

Running to be first female Native American in Congress

United States

Could Texas become a Democratic stronghold?

US President Donald Trump's anti-immigration policies are pushing more minorities to promote a shift in the state's political landscape.

Could Texas become a Democratic stronghold?