One of the biggest films of the summer is Sharknado, and a couple of really creative folks created a Tumblr based on a simple theory - If there is one thing that makes every movie better, it is sharks.
Watch the video above and check out the "Sharks make movies better" tumblr below:
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) spoke to CNN's Chris Cuomo and Kate Bolduan about Russia granting Edward Snowden asylum for one year, privacy versus security, embassy closings this weekend and criticism of how the administration has handled the U.S. consulate attack in Benghazi.
“I think it’s ridiculous for anybody to use the word freedom and Russia in the same sentence. [Snowden’s] new freedom? I don’t think so,” Rep. Chaffetz says. “It really does, I think, put some pressure on how we do these security clearances. Are we going to continue to use these contractors? That’s something we have to dive into to make sure that this doesn’t happen again.”
Rep. Chaffetz adds, “I just don’t believe you’re going to give up every liberty, every freedom in the name of security. I think a lot of these things go way too far.”
Edward Snowden is out of the Moscow Airport, but the big question is, where is he now?
New photos show a smiling Snowden walking through the airport as he left. His lawyer says the NSA leaker is staying with other Americans in Moscow, and will soon be speaking to journalists, CNN's Phil Black reports.
Snowden is even getting job offers. A seemingly "normal" situation for a man in the middle of an international diplomatic crisis. Watch video above.