Egypt's Morsi Authorizes Military To Arrest Civilians
By: Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson
December 9, 2012
Over the weekend, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi rescinded most of a temporary order that elevated his powers above judicial review. But he did not concede on demands to postpone a vote on a new constitution.
Salinas, Calif., is just an hour from Silicon Valley, but production at many local lettuce farms is decidedly low-tech. City officials here decided it's time for an upgrade — and have hired a venture capital firm to help Salinas transition into a high-tech agricultural hub.
Thieves responsible for Target's massive data breach may have exploited magnetic strips on credit cards. Canada, the U.K. and other countries have been using more secure cards with microchips for years.
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