- According to court documents, Navy commander
Michael Vannak Khem Misiewicz passed confidential information
to a company run by a Malaysian businessman nicknamed “Fat
Leonard” in exchange for prostitutes and Lady Gaga tickets.
- The Brazilian government, which has complained about the NSA’s
behavior in the past, has acknowledged that
Brazil’s intelligence agency has spied on American
Only 35 percent of voters think that American elections are
- Negative opinions of
Obamacare are up, with 53 percent of likely American voters
saying they view the legislation at least somewhat unfavorably.
Twitter has raised the price range for its IPO to between $23
- Some 1,500 pieces of artwork confiscated by
the Nazis have been found in Munich. The collection reportedly
includes pieces by Matisse and Picasso.
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