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- Fox News Reporter James Rosen May Face Criminal Charges for Reporting on the CIA
The government will use any and all information at its disposal to find journalist sources, as shown in The Washington Post's report this morning on a Department of Justice investigation into Fox News chief correspondent James Rosen, who may face criminal charges for reporting government secrets.
- What We Know About the Record Breaking Powerball Jackpot's Mystery Winner
The frenzy for last minute tickets is over. The numbers have been picked out. Somewhere, a single person is $590.5 million richer. Last night's record Powerball jackpot has a winner but we have no idea who that person is yet.
- Calif. suspects accidentally dial 911 during crime
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Two suspects arrested for breaking into a car in Central California accidentally called 911 on a cellphone, which led police to them.
- Sci-Fi Film 'After Earth' Presents Dark Future for Humanity
The Earth is a pretty bleak place for humans in the new science fiction movie, "After Earth."
- Pepsi to march in, as foreign troops leave Afghanistan
KABUL (Reuters) - PepsiCo will open its first plant in Afghanistan in 2014, its Afghan partner said on Monday, the same year foreign troops complete their withdrawal from the country after 13 years of war. "It will go on stream in 2014," Hamed Kakar, head of marketing for Dubai-based Alokozay, which has an exclusive bottling agreement with PepsiCo in Afghanistan, told Reuters. As the NATO-led war winds down, investors are looking at Afghanistan as a potential source of business, though many are deterred by an uncertain future and instability. ...
- Obama administration spied on Fox News reporter James Rosen: Report
The Justice Department spied extensively on Fox News reporter James Rosen in 2010, collecting his telephone records, tracking his movements in and out of the State Department and seizing two days of Rosen’s personal emails, the Washington Post reported on Monday. In a chilling move sure to rile defenders of civil liberties, an FBI agent [...]
- Apple reportedly testing 1.5-inch OLED ‘iWatch’ displays
With Apple’s “iWatch” likely to release this year, it’s not surprising that we’re starting to hear rumors about components being cobbled together just before the company starts ramping up production of the device. Japanese blog Macotakara points us to a new report from Taiwanese publication Economic Times claiming that Apple is testing out 1.5-inch OLED displays produced by RITEK subsidiary RiTdisplay for its upcoming smartwatch. Macotakara notes that earlier rumors claimed the iWatch would have a 1.8-inch display, so it seems that Apple may be thinking of reducing the device’s size if it’s really giving 1.5-inch panels a long look.
- North Korea Can't Stop Firing Missiles
North Korea launched two more "projectiles" into the Sea of Japan on Monday and this is not a broken record. This was the fifth and sixth launches in the last three days putting Pyongyang back in full belligerence mode after a brief period of calm. South Korea's Yonhap News says the latest projectile is believed to be a small surface-to-surface missile, but military officials are still trying to determine exactly what was used. All six launches have been short-range projectiles fired from North Korea's east coast before falling into the sea.