WikiLeaks Breaks Gag Order
WikiLeaks Breaks Gag Order
Brady Back in Court for Final Talks
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Australians, intrigued by the latest revelation from WikiLeaks, took to social media to pass on a document they were never meant to see. On Wednesday morning, the whistleblowing group, headed by Julian Assange, broke a suppression order, which was itself subject to a suppression order. This one involves a court case, international politicians and allegations that a Supreme Court judge in the Australian state of Victoria deemed should not be repeated. On its website, WikiLeaks provided more information, enough to see those responsible for breaking the order prosecuted in an Australian court.
Tom Brady's personal GQ fashion show in New York is almost at an end. The court circus surrounding his four-game suspension in relation to the AFC Championship had a final round of private discussions on Monday. However, no ruling has been made in the case against the New England Patriot's star quarterback. U.S. District Judge Richard Berman said briefly he will decide to uphold or throw out the case within a day or two. Brady stands accused of colluding with Patriots staff during the 2015 AFC Championship to purposefully deflate game balls below their required pressure to provide an unfair advantage. League commissioner Roger Goodell issued the suspension after the Wells Report published; providing the public perception that Brady may have cheated. Goodell rejected Brady's appeal of the suspension in late July. The Patriot's regular season begins Sept. 10.
Given Miley Cyrus' gig as the Video Music Awards' host, the MTV award show was filled with surprises and special guests. The show relied heavily on referencing the most controversial moments from its recent history, flashing clips of Cyrus dancing on Robin Thicke as well as Kanye West interrupting Taylor Swift.
Rocker Courtney Love has agreed to hand a fashion designer a further $350,000 in damages following a war-of-words online. The Hole star was hit with a second lawsuit by Dawn Simorangkir, who won $430,000 from her in 2011 after the pair clashed on Twitter.com and Love made a series of nasty comments. The second legal action was lodged over remarks Love later made about Simorangkir on Pinterest in 2014, and it has now emerged the case has been settled. Editors at Billboard.
The president will trek across melting glaciers and visit threatened coastal communities but critics decry decision to allow Shell to drill for oil in Arctic Barack Obama will use a trek across Alaska’s melting glaciers and permafrost to showcase the fight against climate change during a three-day visit to the state starting on Monday.
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