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Syrian Hackers Use Outbrain to Target The Washington Post, Time, and CNN

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>For a brief period on Thursday morning, the <i>Washington Post</i>'s website redirected some visitors to a …

CNN, Washington Post, Time Hacked By Syrian Electronic Army

The Washington Post, CNN and Time were hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army, the group that has targeted many other journalism outlets, on Thursday.<p>CNN Money reported that the hackers attacked Outbrain, a service that the news outlets use to recommend links to readers. The affected links …

Washington Post Slaps Back White House Over NSA Privacy Quotes

The Washington Post gave a peek on Thursday night into the ways in which it brushed back the White House during contentious negotiations over its bombshell story about the National Security Agency's repeated privacy violations.<p>The story, which was written by former Post reporter Barton Gellman …

Syrian Electronic Army Outbrain Hack Affects Washington Post, CNN

The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has claimed responsibility for hacking the link referral service Outbrain used by The Washington Post and CNN.<p>Both …

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Thousands march on Washington to remember Martin Luther King's dream

The silhouettes of marching crowds appeared as soon as dawn broke over the Lincoln memorial on Saturday. By the time the sun cast its first shadow over the Washington monument's obelisk, thousands of people had lined the sides of the reflective pool.<p>In a capital that supposedly lives and breathes …