Though legit looking, they could be fake, since they simply appeared on the internet with no source — but it’s curious that a law firm who reps Microsoft’s been running around getting them pulled them from the web. Scribd won’t even let you upload the document anymore. Which typically doesn’t happen with totally fake leaks that have no basis in reality. And even if they are real, plans change, especially over the course of years — so it might not perfectly map out to what actually happens in reality. There are 56 slides in total, and if you’d like to download the whole thing for yourself, you can snag them here, here, or here. It’s a fun little tour, fake or not.
- The Clinton campaign is trying to stop television stations from running a pro-Trump ad featuring Michelle Obama.
- A federal jury cleared the leaders of an Oregon standoff. The militia group took over a wildlife refuge last January.
- Countries from around the world have agreed that the Ross Sea in Antarctica will become the world's largest marine protected area.
- RIP — Vine says it's discontinuing its mobile app, effectively ending the 6-second video service 💀