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NSA broke into secure network of Al Jazeera and others: report

NSA spied on media

The National Security Agency (NSA), a US intelligence agency tasked with collecting data for foreign and counter intelligence operations, broke into the encrypted network of the Al Jazeera Media Network and several others in 2006, according to a report by US media.

A document provided to The Intercept by NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden shows that the NSA cracked Al Jazeera's Virtual Private Network (VPN), an encrypted tunnel used to secure internet traffic.

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Roger Stone Posted Swastika-Laden Image Of ‘Space Force’ Featuring Himself, Trump

Roger Stone Instagram post

President Donald Trump’s former campaign adviser Roger Stone posted an edited image of himself, Trump and many others with affiliations to the current administration donning space suits affixed with swastikas on Instagram.

On Monday, Stone shared the now-deleted image, but, luckily, screenshots never die! The image featured the words “Space Force ― in space no one can hear you lie” with the accompanying caption: “I love this - proud to be in this crew - but the only lies being told are by liberal scumbags.”

The image appears to have been created by critics of the administration, as it features the president alongside Vice President Mike Pence, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Fox News host Sean Hannity all wearing suits affixed with swastikas.

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Manafort trial Day 8: Judge concedes fault after Mueller protest

Manafort judge apologizes for comments

The federal judge overseeing the Paul Manafort trial conceded Thursday morning that he made a mistake in chastising special counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors a day earlier in front of the jury.

Addressing the jurors before prosecutors called their first witness of the day, U.S. District Court Judge T.S. Ellis said he “may well have been wrong” on Wednesday when he slammed the Mueller team for allowing an expert witness from the IRS to remain in the courtroom while other witnesses were testifying.

Typically, witnesses aren't supposed to hear anyone else's testimony in a trial so they don't influence each other, but Mueller’s team got Ellis’ permission during the trial’s opening arguments last week to have the IRS agent in the court on a regular basis.

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A giant floating trash collector will try to scoop up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Giant trash collector to try to clean up Pacific garbage patchOn Sept. 8, an ungainly, 2,000-foot-long contraption will steam under the Golden Gate Bridge in what’s either a brilliant quest or a fool's errand.

Dubbed the Ocean Cleanup Project, this giant sea sieve consists of pipes that float at the surface of the water with netting below, corralling trash in the center of a U-shaped design.

The purpose of this bizarre gizmo is as laudable as it is head-scratching: to collect millions of tons of garbage from what's known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, which can harm and even kill whales, dolphins, seals, fish and turtles that consume it or become entangled in it, according to researchers at Britain's University of Plymouth.

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Pope Francis accepts Cardinal Theodore McCarrick's resignation amid sex scandal

Cardinal McCarrick resigns over sex scandalPope Francis has accepted the resignation of retired Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the former Washington, D.C. archbishop who faces allegations of sexually abusing a minor 47 years ago when he was a priest in New York, the Vatican said in a statement Saturday.

The statement said Francis received the U.S. prelate's offer to resign from the College of Cardinals a day earlier.

The pope ordered McCarrick's suspension from the exercise of any public ministry and directed him to "a life of prayer and penance" until the accusations of sexual misconduct are examined in a regular canonical trial.

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NFL players union files grievance challenging national anthem policy

NFL union files grievance over flag

The National Football League Players Association filed a grievance Tuesday challenging the NFL’s newly imposed national anthem policy, the union said.

The complaint is “on behalf of all players challenging the NFL’s recently imposed anthem policy,” NFLPA said in a statement. “The union’s claim is that this new policy, imposed by the NFL’s governing body without consultation with the NFLPA, is inconsistent with the collective bargaining agreement.”

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Donald Trump names Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court nominee

Trump taps Kavanaugh for Supreme CourtPresident Donald Trump on Monday nominated Brett Kavanaugh, a federal appeals court judge in Washington, to succeed Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court.

Trump made the announcement at the White House, where he was joined by Kavanaugh and his family. NBC News broke the story shortly before the president made his choice public.

"What matters is not a judge's personal views but whether they can set aside those views to do what the law and the Constitution require," Trump said in the prime-time announcement in the White House East Room. "I am pleased to say I have found, without doubt, such a person.”

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