1. On Tuesday, WikiLeaks published thousands of documents that reportedly came from the CIA, detailing hacking tools the government uses to break into users' computers and devices through companies such as Microsoft and Apple.
The documents describe the methods used to keep private citizens' information private. They specifically explain how popular devices such as the iPhone, iPad, and Android are targeted by the CIA. Though WikiLeaks is known for releasing controversial documents, many experts have looked at these latest ones and called them "legitimate." (Time)
2. Tom Brady has teamed up with Purple Carrot, a Boston-based food startup company, to create a meal delivery system especially for his fans. The football star's meals will be high in protein, dairy-free, gluten-free, and low in sugar. (Fox Business)
3. Nike is developing a high-performance hijab for Muslim women. It'll be available in Spring 2018 in an effort to support all women "embracing sports." (USA Today)
4. Kim Kardashian posted a full-body selfi, one that was visibly edited around her waist. "Haters will say it's photoshopped," she wrote. (E! News)
5. The state of Hawaii is asking a federal judge to block President Trump's revised travel ban. The court order would be the first form of legal action taken against Trump's decision on this matter. (Washington Post)
6. Camila Cabello has replaced Britney Spears on the upcoming Furious soundtrack. The decision was made by Pitbull. (TV3)
7. Remy Ma continued to dish out her feelings on that Nicki Minaj beef while talking to podcast Another Round. "I don't regret it, but I'm not particularly proud of it either," she said. Watch the full Q&A below: