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An Israeli surveillance vehicle is exhibited at an expo of Israeli intelligence-gathering technology in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tuesday, June 30, 2015. An exhibition of Israeli surveillance technology has offered a rare peek into the secretive world of Israeli espionage and special forces operations. Some two dozen Israeli companies exhibited their products used by Israeli and international militaries, police units and intelligence organizations. (AP Photo/Dan Balilty)

Israeli intel expo displays tools of spooks and spies

- Associated Press

Hidden cameras, invisibility cloaks and mini-drones were among the gadgets on display Tuesday at an exhibition of Israeli surveillance technology, offering a rare peek into the secretive world of Israeli espionage.

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Experts: Hacking probe will stretch if Cards execs involved

- Associated Press

The federal hacking investigation of the St. Louis Cardinals could take longer if high-level executives are implicated in the breach of the Houston Astros' database, according to legal experts.

FILE - In this May 18, 2015, file photo, irrigation pipes hang along a dried irrigation canal on a field farmed by Gino Celli near Stockton, Calif. California's drought-stricken cities set a record for water conservation, reducing usage 29 percent in May, according to data released by a state agency Wednesday, July 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)

Gimmicks and technology: California learns to save water

- Associated Press

Billboards and TV commercials, living room visits, guess-your-water-use booths, and awards for water stinginess - a wealthy swath of Orange County that once had one of the worst records for water conservation in drought-stricken California is turning things around, proving it's possible to get people to change their ways.

Google's new app blunders by calling black people 'gorillas'

- Associated Press

Google's new image-recognition program misfired badly this week by identifying two black people as gorillas, delivering a mortifying reminder that even the most intelligent machines still have lot to learn about human sensitivity.

US regulator says Fiat Chrysler recall woes are widespread

- Associated Press

A top U.S. auto safety regulator accused Fiat Chrysler of failing to provide timely and accurate recall information to her agency and said that customers also have problems getting accurate information.

Taiwan's Aviation Safety Council official Thomas Wang explains findings in the report released on the TransAsia Airways Flight GE235 crash last February, during a press conference in New Taipei City, Taiwan, Thursday, July 2, 2015. A pilot described by colleagues as nervous and hasty mistakenly throttled down a still-running engine following a glitch with the other engine in an airline crash that killed 43 people, flight safety officials said Thursday. A preliminary investigation after the Feb. 4 crash already had indicated that the pilot shut off the remaining engine after one of them went idle. But the account Thursday by Taiwan's Aviation Safety Council - while not assigning blame - added additional details about the crash and the background of the pilot, including that he had failed a flight simulator test as recently as May 2014. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)

Taiwan pilot in February TransAsia crash described as hasty

- Associated Press

A pilot described by colleagues as nervous and hasty mistakenly throttled down a still-running engine following a glitch with the other engine in an airline crash that killed 43 people in Taiwan in February, flight safety officials said Thursday.