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Manufacturer: Drones should transmit identifier for security

- Associated Press

The world's largest manufacturer of civilian drones is proposing that the craft continually transmit identification information to help government security agencies and law enforcement figure out which might belong to rogue operators.

Art project uses spirit of kitchen table to spark innovation

- Associated Press

A new public art project called "ARTventures: Comeback Kitchen Table" will explore the role the kitchen table plays in family life and modern culture by creating 10 kitchen table and chair environments to be set up around downtown Nashua.

Cape officials consider balloon to detect sharks

- Associated Press

In the Nauset Beach parking lot, Joseph Ciampa and Thomas Davis filled a creamy white weather balloon with hydrogen from a tank in the trunk of Ciampa's car.

In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, a Syrian opposition gunmen, left, carries their weapon as some family members leave the al-Waer neighborhood bound for a town on the Turkish border, in Homs, Syria, Monday, March 27, 2017. Syrian state TV said Monday that another group of rebels with their families are leaving the last opposition-held neighborhood in the central city of Homs under a Russia-brokered deal with the government. The opposition fighters agreed to leave and the evacuations first started on March 18, after years of siege and bombardment at the hands of pro-government forces. (SANA via AP)

US-backed fighters pause military action near Syria dam

- Associated Press

U.S.-backed forces in northern Syria paused military operations near a dam held by the Islamic State group on Monday to allow engineers to fix any problems after conflicting reports about its stability.

A stock ticker displays the share price and trade volume of Emaar Malls and others stock at the Dubai Financial Market in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Monday, March 27, 2017. Dubai's Emaar Malls, a subsidiary of the state-backed construction firm Emaar, said Monday it made an $880-million offer to buy the online retailer amid rumors of a possible acquisition of the firm by Amazon. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)

Emaar Malls offers $800M for amid Amazon rumors

- Associated Press

The operator of Dubai's largest mall said Monday it made an $880-million offer to purchase the Middle East's biggest online retailer, adding new corporate intrigue to the website's rumored sale to Amazon.

New Lead project to be among most "sophisticated" projects

- Associated Press

Carve a few massive caverns nearly a mile below the surface of the Black Hills, haul off hundreds of thousands of tons of crushed rock, add the largest refrigeration system ever, then install the most sensitive particle detectors known to man, and you'd be ready to host what is arguably the most sophisticated science experiment ever staged on the planet.

Dustin Johnson looks at his line on the sixth green during semifinal play at the Dell Technologies Match Play golf tournament at Austin County Club, Sunday, March 26, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Johnson, Rahm win to set up powerful title match

- Associated Press

Dustin Johnson finally held up his end of the bargain Sunday morning, setting up a powerful title bout in the Dell Technologies Match Play against Jon Rahm.

Then-President-elect Donald Trump greets workers during a visit to the Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis, in this Dec. 1, 2016, file photo. The $7 million deal to save jobs at the Carrier factory in Indianapolis is poised for approval by state officials nearly four months after President Donald Trump celebrated his role in the negotiations with a post-election visit to the plant. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)

Carrier deal touted by Trump unusual for Indiana

- Associated Press

The deal brokered by President Donald Trump to stem job losses at a Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis is unusual for the state of Indiana as it offers $7 million of incentives to a company still planning to cut about a third of its some 1,600 jobs.

China prevents academic from returning home to Australia

- Associated Press

An academic at an Australian university has been prevented by Chinese authorities from returning to Sydney because he's suspected of endangering national security, his lawyer said.