The daily dump continues. In the now traditional daily routine, one which forces the Clinton campaign to resort to ever more stark sexual scandals involving Trump to provide a media distraction, moments ago Wikileaks released yet another 1,803 emails in Part 12 of its ongoing Podesta Email dump, which brings the total number of released emails to 18,953.
The two most fascinating, and still unexplained, banker suicides have a common thread, one strecthing from Europe's oldest to Europe's biggest banks. Join us as we take a deep dive inside this most fascinating rabbit hole...
"It appears increasingly clear that political considerations hijacked the criminal process in this case, and routine, longstanding policies and procedures were ignored. As such, we request that you open an investigation into this matter at your respective Departments."
"DOS is soon releasing another round of documents and email traffic (not hers) in response to Judicial Watch’s FOIA request on DOS's process for reviewing WJC’s speaking engagements. No objections by DOS in this batch, but some lengthy internal discussions among DOS officials that I highlighted below"...
In the latest bizarre twist in what has become the most surreal US presidential campaign, Donald Trump had an early start on Friday, when around 3am, the republican nominee tweeted about porn footage that reportedly exists of former Miss Universe Alicia Machado. Then, by the end of the day, Trump was facing reports that he himself had appeared briefly in a pornographic video in 2000.
The highly-anticipated first presidential debate of 2016 is finally upon us and here are all the things that you need to know but are likely too lazy or simply not interested enough to track down on your own
The SEC announced that BofA/Merrill Lynch agreed to pay a $12.5 million penalty for "maintaining ineffective trading controls" that failed to prevent erroneous orders from being sent to the markets and causing at least 15 mini-flash crashes between 2012 and 2014.