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WikiLeaks Is About To Drop A Special 'FBI-DOJ' Bomb On John Podesta

WikiLeaks Is About To Drop A Special 'FBI-DOJ' Bomb On John Podesta

It appears today's, 27th Wikileaks release first thing this morning was not the end of today's email revelations. Moments ago Wikileaks told its Twitter followers to "stay tune for our FBI-DoJ #PodestaEmail special circa 4pm EST."

 

Will it be more of the already familiar story involving collusion between John Podesta and Peter Kazick, or a totally different angle? Check back in 15 or so minutes for the answer.

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WikiLeaks Releases 'Podesta Emails' Part 27

WikiLeaks Releases 'Podesta Emails' Part 27

More emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair John Podesta have been released by WikiLeaks.

The latest batch consists of over one thousand emails, bringing the number released so far to over 44,000. WikiLeaks said it will publish a total of 50,000 emails in the run up to next week’s presidential election.

Yesterday WikiLeaks released the 26th batch of emails, shedding light on a relationship between Google and President Barack Obama dating back to September 2008 in which the internet giant helped the president’s transition team set up ‘secure data rooms’.

This story was originally published by RT.com. 

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Leading Republican Congressman Says A President Hillary Clinton Would Be 'Impeached'

Leading Republican Congressman Says A President Hillary Clinton Would Be 'Impeached'

A Republican lawmaker said he expects Hillary Clinton to be indicted over her private email server as secretary of state, potentially leading to impeachment if she is elected president. "This investigation will continue whether she wins or not. But assuming she wins and the investigation goes forward and it looks like an indictment is pending," Homeland Security Chairman Rep. Michael McCaul, R- Texas, said on Fox News Wednesday. "But assuming she wins, and the investigation goes forward, and it looks like an indictment is pending at that point in time under the Constitution the House of Representatives would engage in an impeachment trial. They would go to the Senate and impeachment proceedings and removal would take place."

Click here to read more of Mariana Barillas' story from the Washington Examiner. 

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ABC/Washington Post Poll: Trump More Honest, Trustworthy Than Clinton

ABC/Washington Post Poll: Trump More Honest, Trustworthy Than Clinton

Did the FBI’s reopening of Hillary Clinton’s e-mail probe change voter opinions of the Democratic nominee? Not directly, according to the latest iteration of the Washington Post/ABC News tracking poll, but it might have boosted Donald Trump in comparison. Despite an avalanche of ugly allegations and headlines since late September, Trump has actually gained in estimation of honesty and trustworthiness, and now leads Hillary by eight points on that quality measure. 

Overall, the race is still tied up, hardly changed over the last five days in this series:

"A 59 percent majority of likely voters disapprove of Clinton’s handling of questions about her use of personal email while secretary of state. This number, however, is no higher than

However, Trump has opened up an eight-point advantage over Clinton on which candidate is more honest and trustworthy, leading 46 to 38 percent among likely voters. The two candidates were tied on this measure the last time a Post-ABC poll asked the question in September; when asked individually, past polls found majorities seeing each candidate as dishonest.

the 60 percent who disapproved just over one week ago, before the FBI’s announcement Friday that it may examine additional emails after previously closing its investigation in June."

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Two Des Moines Police Officers Killed In Cold Blooded 'Ambush Style' Attack

Two Des Moines Police Officers Killed In Cold Blooded 'Ambush Style' Attack

Des Moines police are confirming that two police officers were shot and killed overnight, in what police describe as ambush-style attacks.

The first shooting happened at 1:06 a.m. at 70th & Aurora. An Urbandale police officer was shot and killed there.

The second shooting happened blocks away at Merle Hay & Sheridan at 1:26 a.m. A responding Des Moines police officer was shot there. He was transported to Methodist Hospital, where he died a short time later.

Des Moines police said the shootings appear to have been ambush-style attacks.

Des Moines Police Sgt. Paul Parizek said both officers appear to have been shot while sitting in their cars.

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