News in Brief: September 2, 2015

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President Obama Secures Enough Senate Votes to Protect Iran Nuclear Deal


Your mid-afternoon look at news across the web. Whether it's sports, tech or straight news stories, we've rounded up all of the information you need to know to stay informed and part of the conversation.

Today, Obama made huge headway with the Iran deal, a WWE star is charged with murder, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:

News: Obama gets Iran deal win with 34th vote
  • Earlier today, President Barack Obama made history, securing a landmark foreign policy victory. Senate Democrats amassed enough votes to ensure the Iran nuclear deal survives in Congress despite ferocious opposition from Republicans and the Israeli government.
Entertainment: 2016 Oscars producers say that there will be two hosts next year
  • Producers for the 2016 Oscars ceremony told Entertainment Weekly that the 2016 Oscars will have two hosts instead of one. The hosts for the ceremony haven't been announced yet, though.
Tech: Report: Some top baby monitors lack basic security features
  • Many of the most popular Internet-connected baby monitors on the market have been found to lack basic security features. This makes the monitors vulnerable to even the most basic hacking attempts, according to a new report from a cybersecurity firm.
Sports: WWE star charged with murdering girlfriend 32 years after her death​
  • Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka is being charged with third-degree murder for the death of his former girlfriend. The WWE Hall of Fame star is going on trial, and even though she died 32 years ago, the case is still being looked into.

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