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Crocs 'midair shoe store' is staffed by drones

Egypt interior minister replaced in reshuffle

Egypt's Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim, who spearheaded a crackdown on supporters of former president Mohamed Morsi, has been replaced Cairo (AFP) - Egypt's presidency said Thursday that Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim, who spearheaded a brutal crackdown on supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, had been replaced along with seven other ministers.


Eva Pilgrim reports on snow in Pennsauken

Eva Pilgrim reports on snow in Pennsauken Action News reporter Eva Pilgrim reports on snow conditions in Pennsauken, New Jersey Thursday morning.


Russia denies US claim of 'thousands' of troops in Ukraine

Pro-Russia militants near the eastern Ukrainian city of Starobeshevo, on February 25, 2015 Russian officials on Thursday dismissed a claim by the United States that Moscow has sent "thousands" of troops to fight alongside pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine. "These figures, which are plucked out of the air, of course demoralise and disorientate the international community," foreign ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said. US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland on Wednesday told a congressional foreign affairs committee that Russia had deployed "thousands and thousands" of troops to Ukraine, although she said she could not give a precise number. Russia's deputy defence minister Anatoly Antonov also denied the allegation, as well as that by the head of US Army forces in Europe, Lieutenant General Ben Hodges, who said that there were 12,000 troops in Ukraine,.


ECB says to start bond purchases on March 9

European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi gives a speech in Nicosia, on March 4, 2015 Nicosia (AFP) - The European Central Bank will start buying government debt in its new quantitative easing programme on March 9, ECB chief Mario Draghi said on Thursday.


'Military pressure' may be needed to oust Assad: Kerry

**** DO NOT DELETE OR REMOVE - BREAKING NEWS LOGO **** Riyadh (AFP) - Military pressure may be needed to oust Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, US Secretary of State John Kerry said in Saudi Arabia on Thursday.


Windows 10: Will your PC run it?

Windows 10: Will your PC run it? Will your PC run Windows 10? Here's how to find out.


Liberia's last Ebola patient discharged: government

Liberia is slowly emerging from the Ebola epidemic, after more than 4,000 people died from the epidemic which began in Guinea in December 2013 Monrovia (AFP) - Liberia discharged its last confirmed Ebola patient on Thursday, as it reported for the first time in nine months it had gone a full week without any new infections.


House of Lords calls for drone owners to be put on a register

Live: Day 2 of the Boston Marathon bombing trial

The trial of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev continues Wednesday, a day after his defense attorneys made the surprising admission that he was responsible for the terror attack, and witnesses delivered gruesome testimony. Yahoo News' Holly Bailey is in the courtroom in Boston covering the proceedings. Follow the latest developments below.

Oil prices climb higher

Oil prices climb higher as unrest in Libya offsets a jump in US crude stockpiles Oil prices climbed Thursday as Libyan unrest offset a jump in US crude stockpiles, analysts said. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for delivery in April added 59 cents to $52.12 a barrel. Brent North Sea crude for April also gained 59 cents to $61.14 a barrel approaching midday in London. The US Department of Energy (DoE) on Wednesday said commercial crude inventories jumped by 10.3 million barrels in the week February 27, higher than analyst forecasts.


Oracle extends its adware bundling to include Java for Macs

Oracle extends its adware bundling to include Java for Macs For years, Oracle has tormented Windows users by bundling adware with its Java installer for Windows PCs. With the most recent update of Java for the Mac, Oracle has begun including the same adware as part of a default installation, using the same deceptive techniques.


'Rock Band' is back with 'Rock Band 4': headed to Xbox One and PS4 in 2015

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise Unexpectedly

The number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits rose last week to 320,000 from an unchanged 313,000 the week prior, claims were expected to fall.

Skeleton statue unveiled in London's Trafalgar Square

The sculpture by German-born artist Hans Haacke will appear on the fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square in London, on March 5, 2015 A sculpture of a strutting horse skeleton was unveiled in London's main Trafalgar Square on Thursday -- wearing a London Stock Exchange prices ticker in an allusion to the City's financial power. Entitled "Gift Horse", the riderless bronze sculpture, by 78-year-old German-US artist Hans Haacke, is in residence on the empty fourth plinth in the British capital's central square. An electronic ribbon tied to its right front leg displays a live ticker of stock prices, "completing the link between power, money and history", according to London Mayor Boris Johnson's office. It is derived from an etching by English painter George Stubbs (1724-1806), whose works depicted horses in a much more accurate way than had been achieved before.


ECB holds key rates steady

Picture released by the Cypriot government's Press Information Office (PIO) shows Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades shaking hands with European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi (R) during a diner in Nicosia on March 4, 2015 The European Central Bank Thursday held its key interest rates steady, as expected, as investors waited for ECB chief Mario Draghi to reveal more details of the bank's much-anticipated bond purchase programme. At the ECB's regular policy meeting, held in Nicosia, Cyprus this time instead of the usual venue of Frankfurt, the governing council voted to hold the benchmark "refi" refinancing rate at its current record low of 0.05 percent. Under the programme, the ECB plans to buy 60 billion euros ($68 billion) of private and public bonds each month for at least 18 months in a bid to ward off deflation in the euro area. The ECB will also publish its latest updated growth and inflation forecasts for the 19 countries that share the euro.


​Samsung takes a time-out on smartwatches as Apple Watch launch nears

​Samsung takes a time-out on smartwatches as Apple Watch launch nears Samsung is taking a breather from its frantic smartwatch release schedule, preferring for the moment to play a watching-and-waiting game.


Why the new Moto E is the most important Android phone this year

Why the new Moto E is the most important Android phone this year The Moto E is not the "best" or the "most powerful." But it is the most important.


Salesforce.com looks to the future with Predictive Decisions

Salesforce.com looks to the future with Predictive Decisions Salesforce.com wants to turn marketers into data scientists with its latest addition to the Marketing Cloud.


ECB to raise growth forecasts, flesh out bond-buying plan

The new European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters is pictured in Frankfurt NICOSIA/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Keen to keep a low profile over the Greek crisis, the European Central Bank will focus on improved growth prospects on Thursday and unveil some but not all the details of its 1 trillion euros-plus bond buying plan. The ECB, which left interest rates on hold at record lows at its meeting off-base in Cyprus, will probably lift growth forecasts to reflect a string of positive data surprises. The ECB has said its money printing would last "at least" until September 2016 and until a "sustained adjustment" in the inflation path emerges. Markets will be looking at updated economic forecasts from the ECB's staff with keen interest.


Futures climb after two-day fall; initial claims on tap

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange U.S. stock index futures edged up on Thursday, after two days of declines on the S&P 500, ahead of data on the labor market and factory orders. The index has been down during four of the past six sessions as investors attempt to gauge the timing of an interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve. * Weekly initial jobless claims data is due at 8:30 a.m.. Expectations call for claims to dip to 295,000 from the 313,000 in the prior week. Investors will eye the data for signs of strength in the labor market ahead of Friday's monthly payrolls report.


Europe rules e-books won't get tax breaks like paper books

Senior diplomats to discuss next steps for Ukraine in Berlin

Senior Russian, Ukrainian, German and French officials will meet in Berlin on Friday to discuss eastern Ukraine and next steps needed toward implementing a peace accord struck three weeks ago in Minsk, Germany's foreign minister said. Political directors of the countries' foreign ministries and deputy foreign ministers will attend the talks on Friday.

Strengthening Ukrainian army is in Europe's interests: Polish official

The head of Poland's National Security Council said on Thursday that it was in the interests of Europe, Poland and Ukraine to strengthen the Ukrainian armed forces as this would help to de-escalate the conflict in eastern Ukraine. "We completely share the view that the stronger the Ukrainian army, the bigger the chances of slowing down the escalation of the conflict," Stanislaw Koziej said after a meeting with Olexander Turchinov, secretary of Ukraine's National Security and Defence Council.

State of Emergency in New Jersey; state offices closed

State of Emergency in New Jersey; state offices closed Governor Chris Christie has declared a State of Emergency in New Jersey.


Washington state cannabis retailer opens in defiance of county ban

By Eric M. Johnson PARKLAND, Wash. (Reuters) - Sealed bags of marijuana dangle behind a counter, curved glass pipes glimmer on shelves, and a steady trickle of middle-aged customers gleefully buys cannabis strains nicknamed Charlie Sheen and Godzilla. "The Gallery" is similar to more than 100 other lawful state-licensed marijuana retail shops and hundreds of medical dispensaries in Washington state, with one exception: It is operating in defiance of local law. Its opening on Sunday set up a potential showdown with authorities in Pierce County, about an hour outside Seattle, which has effectively banned recreational pot shops in unincorporated areas so long as the drug remains illegal under federal law, even as medical pot businesses flourish virtually unregulated. "We didn't do this to pick a fight with the county," said co-owner Tedd Wetherbee, 47, in between chatting up customers in his shop in Parkland, in unincorporated Pierce County.

NYC mayor to tout housing plan to business leaders

FILE - In this March 2, 2015, file photo, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks during a news conference about Homeland Security funding in New York. De Blaiso will deliver a significant speech Thursday, March 5, 2015, to the Association for a Better New York. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File) NEW YORK (AP) — Mayor Bill de Blasio will bring his message of combating income inequality — and, in particular, his ambitious affordable housing plan — to a group of influential New York City business leaders whose support could prove vital.


Italian PM in Moscow to discuss Russia-EU ties

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, right, is about to shake hands with visiting Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, March 5, 2015. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev) MOSCOW (AP) — Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi visited Moscow Thursday for talks focusing on Russia-EU ties, which have been badly strained by the Ukrainian crisis.


Warplanes hit Tripoli airport before UN talks start

Smoke rises after an airstrike hit Maitiga airport early Thursday morning, in Tripoli Warplanes from Libya's internationally recognized government carried out air strikes on a Tripoli airport on Thursday just hours before United Nations-backed peace talks were due to start in Morocco. Libya has two rival governments with armed forces battling for control of the North African state, where Islamist militants are also profiting from turmoil to gain ground four years after the civil war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi. The North African OPEC state declared force majeure and halted production on 11 oilfields late on Wednesday because of deteriorating security after Islamist fighters overran the Bahi and Mabrouk fields in the central Sirte basin. The jets attacking Tripoli hit an open area near the runway at Maitiga airport, but caused no major damage and the airport was operating normally, a security source at the airport said.


Syracuse frat members charged after pledge suffers frostbite

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Police have charged two Syracuse University fraternity members for an outdoor hazing stunt that could cost a pledge four of his fingers due to frostbite.

Russian NGO ousted from Gulag prison camp museum

MOSCOW (AP) — An independent Russian organization says it has been ousted from the Gulag prison camp museum that it has run from 1992, leaving "no talk of Stalin."

Insurgent attacks in Iraqi capital kill at least 11 people

Members of a Shiite group, Asaib Ahl al-Haq, or League of the Righteous, flash V signs for victory during a funeral procession of six of their comrades killed in Tikrit fighting Islamic State militants, in Najaf, 100 miles (160 kilometers) south of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, March 5, 2015. Iranian-backed Shiite militias and Sunni tribes have joined Iraq's military in a major operation to retake Tikrit from the Islamic State group, while the U.S. led coalition has remained on the sidelines. (AP Photo/Jaber al-Helo) BAGHDAD (AP) — Insurgents unleashed a series of attacks mostly targeting civilian areas in and around the Iraqi capital on Thursday, killing at least 11 and wounding many others, officials said. Meanwhile, Islamic State group militants in the country's north set oil wells ablaze in an attempt to foil government forces battling to reclaim territory.


Wisconsin Assembly to begin final debate on right-to-work bill

A crowd of about 200 people and union members gather in frigid temperatures in downtown Milwaukee By Brendan O'Brien MADISON, Wis. (Reuters) - Wisconsin lawmakers on Thursday will begin a final debate on a measure supported by Republican Governor Scott Walker that would prohibit private-sector workers from being required to join a union or pay dues when working under union contracts. The state Senate approved the bill last week, and the Assembly, where Republicans hold a 63-36 majority, is expected to follow suit to make Wisconsin the 25th state to enact a right-to-work law. Supporters cast the measure as an incentive for keeping and attracting businesses and jobs, while opponents call it a thinly disguised assault on organized labor. Thousands of workers demonstrated last week when senators debated the bill, but capitol crowds have been far thinner than four years ago, when tens of thousands of people protested a push for a law limiting the powers of public sector unions.


Wisconsin Assembly to begin final debate on right-to-work bill

A crowd of about 200 people and union members gather in frigid temperatures in downtown Milwaukee By Brendan O'Brien MADISON, Wis. (Reuters) - Wisconsin lawmakers on Thursday will begin a final debate on a measure supported by Republican Governor Scott Walker that would prohibit private-sector workers from being required to join a union or pay dues when working under union contracts. The state Senate approved the bill last week, and the Assembly, where Republicans hold a 63-36 majority, is expected to follow suit to make Wisconsin the 25th state to enact a right-to-work law. Supporters cast the measure as an incentive for keeping and attracting businesses and jobs, while opponents call it a thinly disguised assault on organized labor. Thousands of workers demonstrated last week when senators debated the bill, but capitol crowds have been far thinner than four years ago, when tens of thousands of people protested a push for a law limiting the powers of public sector unions.


Park, Tseng share lead at HSBC Champions, Ko 2 strokes back

SINGAPORE (AP) — Inbee Park and Yani Tseng both shot 6-under 66 on Thursday to share the lead after the opening round of the HSBC Women's Champions.

Last Ebola patient is released in Liberia

MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Liberia released its last Ebola patient, a 58-year old English teacher, from a treatment center in the capital on Thursday, beginning its countdown to being declared Ebola free.

3 former directors of Spanish club Osasuna arrested

MADRID (AP) — The regional court of northern Navarra says a former president of Spanish soccer club Osasuna and two other ex-board members have been arrested.

​Sigfox finds partners for its contrarian network tech

​Sigfox finds partners for its contrarian network tech Messages just 12 bytes long seem absurdly short for networking. But they're the foundation for this French company's growing network business.>


If James Bond drove an electric car, it'd be this Aston Martin concept

Bulging fenders? Check. Nubuck leather-wrapped everything? Check. V12 rumble? Ch-- oh snap. For the first time an Aston Martin, car, albeit a concept, has an all-electric powertrain instead of pistons. ...

Brent tops $61 as Iraq, Libya offset U.S. stockpile jump

An oil well pump jack is seen at an oil field supply yard near Denver By Himanshu Ojha LONDON (Reuters) - Brent crude future prices rose above $61 a barrel on Thursday, as investors brushed aside bearish U.S. inventories data to focus on tensions in Iraq and Libya. A deteriorating security situation led Libya's state oil company to declare force majeure on 11 of its oilfields on Wednesday. In Iraq, Islamic State militants have set fire to oil wells in the Ajil field east of the city of Tikrit to try to hinder aerial attacks aimed at driving them from the oilfield, a witness and military source said. It seems to be that the market does seem to be paying a little bit of attention to geopolitical factors, namely Iraq and Libya," said Virendra Chauhan, oil analyst at Energy Aspects.


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