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Laundry drying sparks 'smart skin' concept for aircraft

BAE Systens says its engineers are exploring a "smart skin" sensor concept for aircraft.
Richard Tomkins
73 killed in Iraq mosque shooting

73 killed in Iraq mosque shooting

A Sunni Muslim mosque in Imam Weis, Iraq, was invaded by a suicide bomber Friday, followed by a Shia militia that shot and killed at least 73 people.
Ed Adamczyk
'Today' correspondent Jenna Wolfe pregnant with second child

'Today' correspondent Jenna Wolfe pregnant with second child

More baby news at the "Today" show: Correspondent Jenna Wolfe announced Friday she and partner Stephanie Gosk are excepting their second child.
Annie Martin
Parched land in the drought-riddled West is actually rising

Parched land in the drought-riddled West is actually rising

New GPS measurements confirm, the ground is actually rising as water is sucked from the soil during one the West's longest and most severe droughts.
Brooks Hays
Miss Colombia hopeful disqualified for showing underboob

Miss Colombia hopeful disqualified for showing underboob

A top contestant for the title of Miss Colombia was disqualified after judges discovered photos of her in a bikini and lingerie they felt were too revealing.
Matt Bradwell
Hagel: Islamic State 'beyond anything that we've seen' and an 'imminent threat'

Hagel: Islamic State 'beyond anything that we've seen' and an 'imminent threat'

The terror group Islamic State "is beyond anything that we've seen" and poses an "imminent threat," U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said Thursday.
JC Finley
Mars rover spots rock shaped like thigh bone

Mars rover spots rock shaped like thigh bone

A new photo from Mars, snapped by the Curiosity rover, shows a rock shaped suspiciously like a thigh bone.
Brooks Hays
Report: Global spending on data security to top $70 billion

Report: Global spending on data security to top $70 billion

A report by a technology research firm says global spending on information security will reach $71.1 billion in 2014.
Ed Adamczyk
Birds lost their sweet tooth, hummingbirds got it back

Birds lost their sweet tooth, hummingbirds got it back

New research suggests hummingbirds have evolved their T1R1 and T1R3 sensors -- typically used to detect umami or savory flavors -- to pick out sugary notes.
Brooks Hays
George R.R. Martin teases major deaths in 'Winds of Winter'

George R.R. Martin teases major deaths in 'Winds of Winter'

George R.R. Martin says the sixth "A Song of Ice and Fire" book, "The Winds of Winter," gives him "a lot more flexibility for killing people."
Annie Martin
Baku, Tehran sign energy agreements

Baku, Tehran sign energy agreements

Azerbaijan said it signed a memorandum of understanding to broaden energy ties in the Iranian oil and natural gas sector.
Daniel J. Graeber
Kamala Harris to appeal court ruling against death penalty

Kamala Harris to appeal court ruling against death penalty

Kamala Harris announced she'd be appealing a federal judge's decision declaring California's enforcement of the death penalty unconstitutional.
Veronica Linares
Ukraine: 130 Russian aid trucks crossing border a 'direct invasion'

Ukraine: 130 Russian aid trucks crossing border a 'direct invasion'

130 Russian aid trucks entered Ukraine without being inspected by Ukrainian border guards or escorted by ICRC personnel, in violation of an earlier agreement.
JC Finley
Gulf of Mexico lease draws advocacy fire

Gulf of Mexico lease draws advocacy fire

The U.S. government is called on to halt offshore drilling in an effort to preserve the climate for future generations, Friends of the Earth said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Paul Ryan douses Mitt Romney for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Paul Ryan douses Mitt Romney for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with a little help from Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis.
Aileen Graef
Russia's Rosneft grabs Norwegian drilling assets

Russia's Rosneft grabs Norwegian drilling assets

Russian energy company Rosneft said Friday it signed an agreement to acquire a stake in a Norwegian drilling company in exchange for drilling rigs.
Daniel J. Graeber
Turkey calls for patience in Iraqi energy sector

Turkey calls for patience in Iraqi energy sector

Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz called for patience after a state-run energy company suspended drilling operations in Iraq as a security precaution.
Daniel J. Graeber
Chloe Grace Moretz discusses 'If I Stay' character

Chloe Grace Moretz discusses 'If I Stay' character

Chloe Grace Moretz thinks her upcoming film "If I Stay" is more than a love story meant for an exclusively female audience.
Veronica Linares
Scottish tidal array may be largest of its kind

Scottish tidal array may be largest of its kind

A $16.5 million investment in what may be the largest tidal array shows how Scotland and the British government can work together, a British official said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Maersk to lay off some Houston staff

Maersk to lay off some Houston staff

Oil services company Maersk Oil said it would diminish its workforce at its office in Houston, though it remains focused on developing deep U.S. waters.
Daniel J. Graeber
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