I've managed to get it working with plain old XHR.

```

const xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();

xhr.addEventListener('load', event => {

console.log(event);

});

xhr.open('GET', https://www.google.com/');

xhr.onreadystatechange = function () {

console.log(xhr);

};

xhr.send();

```

and JQuery.AJAX

```

$.ajax({

url: "https://www.google.com/",

type: 'GET',

crossDomain: true,

statusCode: {

200: function() {

console.log("success");

}

}

})

.done(function (msg) {

console.log(msg);

})

.fail(function (msg) {

console.log(msg);

});

```

Also, make sure in your 'permissions' that you're including the trailing slash.

"https://www.google.com/"

NOT

"https://google.com" or "https://www.google.com"

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