Two nabbed at Texas border in credit card fraud case (Update)

A South Texas police chief said Monday that two Mexican citizens who were arrested at the border used account information stolen during the Target security breach to buy tens of thousands of dollars' worth of merchandise. ...

Arab bloggers aim to boost cyberactivism

Arab bloggers on Monday discussed ways to boost cyberactivism at a meeting in the Jordanian capital, faced with new challenges three years after the start of Internet-fuelled revolts in their region.

Rare Amur leopard killed in China

An extremely rare Amur leopard has been killed in China, state media reported Monday, as police searched for the suspected trapper.

Silicon Valley sees shortage of EV charge stations

An increasing number of electric-vehicle driving employees at Silicon Valley companies are finding it hard to access car-charging stations at work, creating incidents of "charge rage" among drivers.

Rosetta сomet-chasing probe wakes up, signals Earth

Waking up after almost three years of hibernation, a comet-chasing spacecraft sent its first signal back to Earth on Monday, prompting cheers from scientists who hope to use it to land the first space lander onto a comet.

Dispersal patterns key to invasive species' success

In 1859 an Australian farmer named Thomas Austin released 24 grey rabbits from Europe into the wild because it "could do little harm and might provide a touch of home, in addition to a spot of hunting."

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