3 Things To Know Today

1 Migrants Break Border Gate, Force Their Way Into Mexico

President Trump is defending a proposal to dump illegal immigrants in sanctuary cities. Previously we told you that the suggestion had been considered and abandoned – but maybe not. Speaking at the White House, Trump said he is strongly considering the proposal. He also vowed to put more military troops on the border. Why the burn to reconsider such an idea? Officials in Mexico confirmed Friday that hundreds of migrants at the Guatemalan border forced their way into southern Mexico that day…in their efforts to reach the United States. Apparently, they broke the locks on a gate to get through. Arguing that border detention facilities are full, Trump is blaming Democrats for bad immigration laws. Of course, the proposal is seen as a retaliatory move against Democrats, who support sanctuary cities. Probably because Trump cited California, which is home to Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

2 Hackers Post Personal Info Of FBI Agents Online

The identities and personal information of thousands of people have been published online following an FBI-linked breach. Apparently, a hacker group breached three sites associated with the FBI National Academy Association. It’s now been confirmed that the names, jobs, email addresses – and home addresses – of thousands of FBI agents and staff. Some of the identities even include "people being watched by the FBI." In a statement, the FBI National Academy Associates said three of its local chapters were hacked and "personal information has been obtained to be sold on the web." However, the national database remains unaffected. The name of the group behind the hack isn't being named and a federal investigation is underway, but the hackers themselves are unrepentant. “We hacked more than 1,000 sites,” one of the hackers tells “Tech Crunch.” “Now we are structuring all the data, and soon they will be sold. I think something else will publish from the list of hacked government sites.” And when asked if that data could potentially put FBI agents and other law enforcement personnel at risk, the hacker replied: “Probably, yes.” As for the end goal of the group, the answer was even more disturbing: “Experience and money.”

3 Tiger Takes It

Tiger Woods regained his title of “champion” at the Masters this weekend. Among those cheering him on? President Trump and former President Barack Obama – both of whom took to Twitter yesterday to congratulate Woods, who last took the “green jacket” in 2005. Following Woods' victory, Trump tweeted "Congratulations to Tiger Woods, a truly Great Champion." Obama offered, “To come back and win the Masters after all the highs and lows is a testament to excellence, grit, and determination.” To review, Woods shot a two-under par in the final round today and finished 13-under for the tournament. Aside from being his first Masters win since 2005, it’s also Woods’ fifth Masters overall. By the way...his paycheck for the tourney? A cool $2-million. This is also Woods' 15th Major win, second only to Jack Nicklaus who has won 18 Majors in his career.

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