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Police partner with license plate readers

A growing number of police departments are turning to mobile camera systems to fight motor vehicle theft and identify unregistered cars.

'The Vampire Diaries': Why It might be TV's most addictive show

When "The Vampire Diaries" first debuted last fall, we worried it would be nothing more than "Twilight" for TV. But we've been happily proven wrong by the show's quality storytelling and characters week after week.

Saudi Bloggers Shatter Regime's Silence and Censorship

For Ahmed Al-Omran, a 25-year-old Saudi blogger, this has been a particularly frustrating week. To begin with, an ultra-conservative cleric issued a fatwa concluding that people who oppose segregating Saudi men and women should be killed ...

$250 Social Security stimulus check shot down

WASHINGTON - A measure to give some 57 million elderly people, veterans and persons with disabilities a $250 check was rejected by the Senate on Wednesday, a setback for the powerful seniors' lobby.

Sony readies iPod rival

Sony is preparing to take another swing at Apple Computer's iPod digital music player, a top Sony executive said today.

Tip Leads Police to Missing Georgia Girl

A 14-year-old Georgia girl who had been missing for more than a week was found Wednesday night when police raided a house in a community not far from her home.

Google China hackers stole source code

The hackers behind the attacks on Google Inc and dozens of other companies operating in China stole valuable computer source code by breaking into the personal computers of employees with privileged access, a securi

Officials Say Former Gitmo Detainee Now a Taliban Commander

A man who was freed from Guantanamo after he claimed he only wanted to go home and help his family is now a senior commander running Taliban resistance to the U.S.-led offensive in southern Afghanistan, two senior Afghan intelligence officials say.

RI school leader calls for talks, not mass firing

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - A superintendent who fired all the teachers in a long-troubled Rhode Island high school says she's willing to negotiate after their union promised to support reforms.

Iranians in America Report Steady Stream of Death Threats

Exiled Iranian dissidents, human rights campaigners and Iranian-American advocacy groups are fearing for their lives as they receive what they say are ongoing death threats from Iranian intelligence agents and regime sympathizers working in the U.S.