This New York Times article by John Burns (who is no stranger to warzones) suggests that the "CIA Swedish Sex Trap" conspiracy theories around the recent Julian Assange rape allegations may be unfounded. Assange himself claimed the rape charges were part of a political smear campaign, and suggested black ops. A Swedish friend of the Wikileaks founder is quoted: "This wasn't anything to do with the Pentagon. It was just a personal matter between three people that got out of hand." The women aren't named in the NYT piece, but some commenters in the thread accompanying this post believe they've identified one of the parties involved. Swedish prosecutors will decide on the molestation charges today.
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Trump will not be delivered next week as CNN and other news organizations previously reported, said a senior Justice Department official on Friday.
Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) on Friday ordered two New York state agencies to investigate reports that Facebook could have access to a lot more of your personal data, if you’re a smartphone user, than anyone realized before.
What’s worse than the salad and the comb thing? Klobuchar’s office reportedly required staff to stay on after taking family leave for a newborn.
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