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WikiLeaks releases hacked DNC voicemails

- The Washington Times

On the night President Obama and Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine were scheduled to speak to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, the anti-secrecy whistle-blower group released hacked voicemails of top Democratic officials.

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WikiLeaks, NSA leaker Edward Snowden clash on Twitter

Associated Press

National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden and transparency website WikiLeaks are clashing over how best to handle the publication of sensitive data, a spat played out over Twitter.

In this July 1, 2016 photo provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, a pilot whales swim off the coast of Hawaii. Researchers returning from a 30-day expedition to study whales and dolphins around the Hawaiian islands are looking for clues to help sustain healthy populations of the marine mammals. NOAA scientists told reporters Thursday, July 28, 2016 that gathering data on the animals is often difficult, especially around the windward coasts of the Hawaiian Islands. (NOAA via AP)

NOAA: Drone technology aids whale research off Hawaii

- Associated Press

Federal researchers returning from a 30-day expedition to study whales and dolphins around the Hawaiian Islands said they are looking for clues to help sustain healthy populations of the marine mammals.

Clues in DNC hacking point to Russia, despite Trump claims

- Associated Press

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said is reasserting that whoever hacked the Democratic National Committee and stole years of internal emails remains a mystery. But private security experts - although not yet any U.S. government agencies - say they found persuasive clues that point to hacking groups whose previous targets track closely with the strategic interests of Russia's government, especially its civilian and military intelligence and security agencies.

NY health records database reaches 9 million patients

- Associated Press

Nearly 9 million New Yorkers now have health records in a growing database accessible to most of the state's hospitals, public health centers, long-term care facilities and nearly one-quarter of physician practices.

In this July 1, 2016 photo provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, a pilot whales swim off the coast of Hawaii. Researchers returning from a 30-day expedition to study whales and dolphins around the Hawaiian islands are looking for clues to help sustain healthy populations of the marine mammals. NOAA scientists told reporters Thursday, July 28, 2016 that gathering data on the animals is often difficult, especially around the windward coasts of the Hawaiian Islands. (NOAA via AP)

NOAA: Drone technology aids whale research off Hawaii

- Associated Press

Federal researchers returning from a 30-day expedition to study whales and dolphins around the Hawaiian Islands said Thursday they are looking for clues to help sustain healthy populations of the marine mammals.

Judge nixes pornographic email scandal as Kane trial defense

Associated Press

The judge in Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane's criminal case won't allow jurors to hear as a trial defense that she was prosecuted to stop her from revealing a pornographic email scandal her office unearthed.

Genetically modified mosquitoes released in Cayman Islands

Associated Press

The first wave of genetically modified mosquitoes were released Wednesday in the Cayman Islands as part of a new effort to control the insect that spreads Zika and other viruses, officials in the British Island territory said.

'Nerve' is a dark thriller for the Pokemon Go generation

- Associated Press

The invigorating new thriller "Nerve ," now playing in theaters, goes deep into the psychology of the internet with an addictive game that's so fresh, you wonder whether the filmmakers had a tip that the Pokemon Go craze was on the horizon.