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Al Qaeda in Yemen claims it’s behind Paris attacks, praises assassins— A TOP COMMANDER of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula says the massacre in Paris was planned and financed by the terror group as ‘vengeance for the Prophet’ Muhammad.
‘Charlie Hebdo’ publishes first edition since the incident last week–Three million copies of Charlie Hebdo hit newsstands today, the first printing since gunmen opened fire on an editorial meeting of the newspaper last week. The paper sold out at news stands across France within minutes this morning.
A U.S. district court jury has indicted an Ohio man on charges of trying to poison House Speaker John Boehner. USA TODAY
A new way of shopping?? A digital wallet that stores and encrypts your credit cards plus other info. Protecting the way you pay is the goal of “Wocket”. The smart wallet stores everything you have in your wallet: debit cards, credit cards, loyalty cards and more, replacing them with one card. It has a card reader to scan the cards then biometrically protects them. You use your voice or a pin code to unlock Wocket.
Sea-Tac Airport studies expansion options and get a whole lot bigger soon.
A break-in in North Seattle caught on surveillance video is raising questions about whether criminals are using some kind of new technology to break into cars. Something Electronic? Surveillance video recently captured by a North Seattle homeowner shows a man approaching a locked minivan, checking the handle of the door, taking his hands off the car, and moments later the van’s dome light turns on, indicating that it became unlocked.