Podesta Part 18: Wikileaks Releases Another 1,300 Emails; Total Is Now 31,500

With exactly 2 weeks left until the November 8 presidential election, Wikileaks continues its ongoing Podesta dump by unveiling another 1,299 emails in the latest Part 18 of its release, bringing the total emails released so far to exactly 31,534, with just under 40% of the total dump left to go.

German Police Conduct 13 Anti-Terrorism Raids Across 5 States Citing "Imminent Terror Threat"

German police on Tuesday conducted numerous raids across five federal states and stormed an accommodation facility for refugees and 12 homes around the country that were believed to house people suspected of financing terrorism. Police searched residences in five federal states with Bild magazine citing "an imminent terror threat" as the trigger for the operation.

We Can Prove the Podesta Emails Released by Wikileaks Are Authentic... Here's How

While most with half a brain, or an ounce of honesty left, are already confident in their authenticity, a key tactic of corrupt Democratic operatives has been to try to cast doubt on them being real in order to sway the minds of some of our more cerebrally challenged fellow citizens. As such, any technical proof that the emails are genuine is of great significance...

Trump Slams "Voter Suppression", Cites "Oversampling" As Evidence Of Rigged Polls

"When they leave the polls alone, I'm leading. But you see these polls, they are polling Democrats," Trump said, adding that "It's called voter suppression, because people will say, 'Aw, gee, Trump's out.' These thieves and crooks, the media, not all of it but much of it, they are the most crooked, almost as crooked as Hillary. They may even be more crooked than Hillary because without the media, she'd be nothing."

An IoT "Cannon" To "Bring Down The Web" Can Be Yours For Only $7,500

So how much will it cost an angry luddite hell bent on taking down the internet, if only for a short time? Not much: for $4,600, anyone could buy 50,000 bots (hacked computers under the control of hackers), whilst 100,000 cost $7,500. Together, those bots can combine resources to overwhelm targets with data, in what’s known as a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack.

Global Stocks Jump On Mega Merger Monday, Buoyed By Earnings, PMIs, Politics

Global stocks jumped around the globe, with Europe's Stoxx 600 and US equity futures rising more than 0.5% on a surge in merger announcements over the weekend including the $85 billion mega takeout of AT&T for Time Warner, the $6.4 billion acquisition of B/E Aerospace by Rockwell Collins, the $2.7 billion deal targeting Genworth by China Oceanwide and the just announced $4 billion purchase of Scotttrade by Ameritrade.