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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.

Pilot Andre Borschberg is seated in the cockpit of Solar Impulse 2 at Nagoya Airport in Toyoyama, near Nagoya, central Japan, Wednesday, June 24, 2015. A solar-powered plane carrying no fuel has postponed its departure from central Japan for Hawaii due to worse than expected weather conditions. (AP Photo/Koji Ueda) ** FILE **

Solar Impulse plane en route to Hawaii from Japan

- Associated Press

A solar-powered plane took off from Japan early Monday to attempt a five-day flight over open water to Hawaii, the eighth leg of its bid to fly around the world without fuel.

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In this Sept. 16, 2014, photo taken with a slow shutter speed, the lights of cars blur along Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas. Las Vegas doesn't exactly have a work commute problem but the four-mile Strip often gets clogged with tourist traffic. (AP Photo/John Locher)

Las Vegas seeks solutions to tourist traffic on Strip

- Associated Press

For a travel destination that offers helicopter tours and jaunts in rented luxury vehicles, getting from point A to point B in Las Vegas can nonetheless pose a challenge.

July 1 brings dozens of new Georgia laws

- Associated Press

July 1 brings the start of a new year for state government, and dozens of laws that go into effect for the first time.

University leads the way in building a better blueberry

- Associated Press

At the Flavors of Florida - a cornucopia of science-enhanced produce, seafood and meat recently held at the University of Florida president's mansion - the blueberries stood out, not only for their eye-popping color but also their mouth-watering flavor.

Arkansas plant gets ready to celebrate 40th birthday

- Associated Press

The expansive tan brick cosmetics factory off Interstate 40 in North Little Rock has been a central Arkansas landmark for nearly half a century. Viewed from the road, the building's west end proclaims Maybelline in vibrant red letters while letters on the east end spell out L'Oreal USA, the French firm that bought the company in 1996 for $508 million.

New England states readying for range of new laws July 1

- Associated Press

Hands-free driving in the "Live Free or Die" state and a tax on even the smallest vacation rentals in Rhode Island are just two of the new laws taking effect in New England on July 1. Connecticut is cracking down on the use of restraints on students while Massachusetts workers will benefit from one of the most generous paid sick time laws in the country. Here's a look at some of the new laws taking effect:

In this Wednesday, June 24, 2015, photo, the Ionic Proclean toothbrush is demonstrated during the CE Week show, in New York. The device generates negative ions by completing a circuit formed with the toothbrush, some water and a person's palm or finger. According to the company, the ions polarize plaque fluid to loosen and remove plaque. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Your face on your espresso? Highlights from tech show

- Associated Press

Imagine staring deep into the foam of your favorite espresso drink and seeing a face looking back at you. Or how about using the charge in your fingers to clean your teeth?