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We already knew that the NSA was collecting a lot of data with its many surveillance tools — like, a lot of data. But new details about the agency’s role in the CIA’s drone program show that they’re collecting incredibly detailed data too. Detailed enough to catch a terrorist with a single email.
Scientists recently discovered a new type of botulinum toxin (aka botox) that they believe is the deadliest substance known to man. Because they’ve yet to discover an antitoxin, researchers won’t publish the details of gene sequence due to security concerns — a first for the scientific community. Thank God.
As much as we like to gripe about it stateside, our complaints about the drone program are nothing compared to those of Al Qaeda. The terrorists don’t like drones, because drones are designed to kill terrorists. According to documents leaked by Edward Snowden, however, Al Qaeda’s about to fight back.
Besides being waterboarded and kept awake for 180 hours, there’s not an awful lot to do when you’re in the custody of the CIA for orchestrating the biggest terrorist attack in American history. So after he spilled all the secrets he could spill, 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed did what anyone in his position would do to pass the time. He designed a vacuum cleaner