Hacked: The NSA has intercepted communications at the point where the internet meets Google and Yahoo's data centers, accoring to a report by The Washington Post. The NSA is storing the data at its Fort Meade, Md. headquarters. The government has deined the allegation.
Chemical Weapons: Syria is said to have destroyed all of its chemical weapon production and mixing facilities, according to an international watchdog. The New York Times reports.
Baseball: The Boston Red Sox won the World Series last night at Fenway Park. The Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1, marking the first time the team has won the World Series at Fenway since 1918. The Boston Globe reports.
Identity Theft: In a case of first impression, a Tennessee real estate developer had his identity theft conviction wiped after the Sixth Circuit threw out his conviction. The ruling narrows the scope of aggravated identity theft law. The National Law Journal's Mike Scarcella reports.