An affair can feel exciting and seductive. Hell, there's even a TV show called "The Affair." How could you not be intrigued by the idea? But cheating, obviously, has lots of potential for disaster. "It can be very difficult to resist the attention and flattery that come in the early stages of an affair," says Barbara Greenberg Ph.D., clinical psychologist and family and relationship therapist.
HARI SREENIVASAN, PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND ANCHOR: The U.S. Justice Department, in partnership with European investigators, has shut down two of the world's largest Websites on what is known as the Dark Web. The black market sites were allegedly purveyors of illegal drugs, guns, and hacking tools, according to federal charges announced on Thursday. "Wired" magazine reporter Andy Greenberg is covering the case and joins me now to discuss it. So, first of all, how significant were these busts? ANDY GREENBERG, REPORTER, WIRED MAGAZINE: Well, this is definitely one of the largest blows, law enforcement blows to the Dark Web in a very long time.
During the same trip, Torshin and Butina also participated in a private "off the record" discussion at the center about the "Russian financial situation and its impact on Russian politics," according to people familiar with the meeting and the think tank's report. That event was moderated by the group's chairman emeritus, former AIG CEO Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, the report showed. Greenberg did not return calls for comment.
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