News in Brief: September 8, 2015

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Today, the CIA finds 'top secret' info in a Clinton email, Dwayne Johnson saves his new puppy from drowning, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:

News: CIA review reportedly finds 'Top Secret' info in Clinton email
  • The New York Times reported that a special intelligence review of two of Hillary Clinton's emails showed highly classified information. One email apparently referred to North Korea's nuclear weapons program.

Entertainment: Dwayne Johnson saves his new puppy from drowning

  • Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson rescued his new French bulldog puppy this weekend after it fell into the deep end of the swimming pool at his home. The star snapped a heroic pic and shared it to Instagram on Monday, sharing the details behind the emergency rescue.

Tech: Divorce selfies are apparently a thing now

  • Divorce selfies are becoming a trend, and the photos are spreading on social media like wildfire. Couples are taking pictures together outside of court rooms in an effort to celebrate their divorces.

Sports: ESPN report: Patriots stole play sheets from locker rooms

  • The New England Patriots have been accused of stealing play sheets from their opponent's locker rooms. According to a recent report, the team would send "low-level" employees into the locker room during pre-game warm-ups in an effort to take the other team's play sheets.

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