Report: NSA maps pathway into computers
It cites NSA documents, officials and experts.
Access to the machines was gained through a secret process that uses radio waves.
On Thursday, The
But testimony from victims and other evidence shows secrecy in the church to protect abusers, including correspondence from a
Church releasing sex abuse files on
Attorneys for abuse victims will receive the documents today, and they'll make the documents public next week as part of a yearslong effort to hold the church accountable for how it handled allegations against priests that date back decades.
Attorneys say the church in some cases concealed crimes and permitted priests to continue working in situations that allowed them to abuse more children.
The archdiocese agreed to release the files as part of settlements with abuse victims.
The documents include complaints and other files for about 30 priests with substantiated abuse allegations.
House expected to pass spending bill
The bipartisan measure also preserves President
The measure appears likely to pass the
Governor: Boy shot at school undergoes 2nd surgery
Authorities say the two were shot when a 12-year-old boy opened fire at
Martinez says the boy pointed the gun at a teacher, who talked him into dropping the weapon. The boy was taken into custody.
Businesses, restaurants start to reopen
A spokeswoman for the governor says schools in four counties in the affected areas will remain closed today.
Meanwhile, federal authorities are investigating the chemical leak from the company
Dozens of fires blaze across southern
An official says a woman sustained burns to her hands on Tuesday while trying to save her home at Rockleigh in
Firefighters were able to contain most of the fires in
World sea piracy falls for third straight year
Pirate attacks have declined since hitting a peak in 2010 with 445 attacks.
The bureau says 12 vessels were hijacked, with more than 300 crew members taken hostage and one killed during 2013.
It attributes the drop in global attacks to a sharp decrease in Somali piracy. Only 15 attacks were reported off Somalia and in the Gulf of Aden, down from 75 cases in 2012 and 237 in 2011.
Tiger prowling for food kills 7 people in
The killings have forced thousands of terrified villagers to stay inside while hunters try to kill the animal.
The tiger is believed to have strayed into the area from
Thai premier says
Yingluck Shinawatra (SHIN'-uh-wah) had proposed to meet Wednesday with rivals to discuss a proposal from the
But a protest leader and the opposition
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