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1. Iran Poses Huge Worldwide Cyber Threat

19.45%
December 13, 2014
...that someone based in Iran was launching an organized and sophisticated attack on a large number of key targets across countries including Canada, China, England, France, Germany, India, Israel, Kuwait, Mexico Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and the U.S. The attacks' goals, Clarke said, did not appear to be downtime of IT systems, but ...

2. Changing the Face of the Tech Industry

18.65%
December 12, 2014
...cause easy for the couple to embrace because both of them immigrated to the U.S. when they were children. Rojas, now 39, came from Colombia and Monge, now 37, from Mexico Sabia.la holds intensive training sessions over 20 weekends to make it easier for mothers raising children and other people with jobs during the week to attend. ...

3. Navy Returns NASA's Orion Spacecraft After Test Flight

31.73%
December 9, 2014
...radiation of the Van Allen belts surrounding Earth. Everything meant to jettison away did so as Orion soared into space. It landed just a mile from its projected spot off Mexicos Baja Peninsula. Data from 1,200 sensors inside and out of the crew module will be gathered to get the full picture of its performance. ...

4. Iran Seen as the New No. 1 Global Cyber Threat

21.59%
December 3, 2014
...that someone based in Iran was launching an organized and sophisticated attack on a large number of key targets across countries including Canada, China, England, France, Germany, India, Israel, Kuwait, Mexico Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and the U.S. The attacks' goals, Clarke said, did not appear to be downtime of IT systems, but ...

5. NASA Launching New Orion Spacecraft on Test Flight

18.13%
December 2, 2014
...to gain enough momentum to re-enter the atmosphere at a scorching 20,000 mph. The dry run, if all goes well, will end with a Pacific splashdown off Mexicos Baja coast. Navy ships will recover the capsule, a la Apollo, for future use. This initial Orion is rigged with 1,200 sensors to gauge its durability ...

6. Grand Canyon Gets Surprise Visitor -- a Gray Wolf

29.95%
November 24, 2014
...and hopefully that means there are more wolves that are trying to recolonize this historic park." Tens of thousands of wolves used to roam North America from Mexico into Canada, but by the early 1900s the species had been hunted nearly to extinction in the Lower 48 under a government-backed predator control plan. The ...

7. Home Depot Tops Street; Breach Costs Still Hazy

21.58%
November 19, 2014
...company's momentum. Home Depot Inc. has 2,266 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, 10 Canadian provinces and Mexico Rival Lowe's Cos. reports quarterly results Wednesday. ...

8. Global Warming Worsening Watery Dead Zones

28.52%
November 15, 2014
...predicted warming is nearly 7 degrees (almost 4 degrees Celsius) where the St. Lawrence River dumps into the ocean in Canada. The most prominent U.S. dead zones, the Gulf of Mexico and the Chesapeake Bay, are projected to warm 4 degrees (2.3 degrees Celsius) and nearly 5 degrees (2.7 degrees Celsius) respectively. Warmer water holds less oxygen, ...

9. U.S. Government Agencies Struggle vs. Cyberattacks

9.44%
November 11, 2014
...also dig in. Others have less nefarious motives. In February 2013, someone broke into the Emergency Alert System, broadcasting warnings about a zombie attack in California, Michigan, Montana and New Mexico Jeremy Hammond, of Chicago, considers himself an activist who hacks to expose wrongs or promote social justice. He is serving 10 years in prison for breaking ...

10. Fossilized Turtle Excavated in Southern New Mexico

78.09%
November 4, 2014
Fossilized remains of a turtle believed to have lived in a swampy environment tens of millions of years ago were recovered from a desert location in southern New Mexico A team from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History excavated the find on federal property near the city of Truth or Consequences last week, the ...

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