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Topic - Richard Kolko
Gawker Media, the cluster of news blogsites that helped define the emergent era of Internet news, has become the victim of an even more cutting edge Web phenomenon — it was hacked over the weekend, and the passwords of its staff and users and the private communications of its editors were posted online.
A doorman who works across from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art found a painting outside his building and kept it for weeks, then realized it was a missing work at the center of a bizarre legal web and turned it in to investigators this week, an official said.
The White House yesterday backed Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff's warning that recent terrorist activity overseas translates into an increased risk of attack in the U.S. this summer.