Saudi Arabia accused of spying in the U.S. using two former Twitter workers

For the first time, federal authorities are accusing Saudi Arabia of spying in the U.S. The case involves two former Twitter employees who allegedly gained access to thousands of accounts. Jeff Pegues reports.

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Supermassive black hole ejects star from Milky Way Galaxy.

Astronomers spotted the star just 29,000 light-years away from Earth — "practically next door by astronomical standards"

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