The Morning Dispatch: Biden’s Nominee for ATF Director Hits a Snag

Happy Friday! Just like that, today is our interns’ last day. Where did the time go?

Price, Emma, Jonathan, and Tripp have done some phenomenal work these past few months, and we’re incredibly grateful that they decided to spend the summer with us. Give them a hearty TMD sendoff in the comments!

Quick Hits: Today’s Top Stories

  • The National Security Agency released a warning on Wednesday encouraging all federal government employees to avoid using public Wi-Fi because it’s easily compromised by hackers. “Avoid connecting to public Wi-Fi, when possible,” the warning reads. “The risk is not merely theoretical; these malicious techniques are publicly known and in use.”

  • Ebrahim Raisi was sworn in as the new president of Iran on Thursday amid an ongoing “shadow war” with Israel and tense negotiations with the United States over a potential revival of the Iran nuclear deal. Raisi is under U.S. sanctions for his many human rights abuses.

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