Leaked Deutsche Bank Speech Shows Clinton Asking Wall Street To Police Itself, Supporting US Pivot To Asia November 4, 2016
Clinton’s October 2014 speech to Deutsche Bank was leaked as part of WikiLeaks’ archive of John Podesta’s Gmail account, revealing more of the nominee’s agenda for the financial sector and global affairs.
Wikileaks: Clinton Foundation’s ‘Pay-To-Play’ With Ukraine Oligarch To Show Support For Coup By Mint Press News Desk
WikiLeaks’ Podesta Emails Highlight Strong Ties Between DOJ & Clinton Campaign By Mint Press News Desk
‘Fantastic lawyer. Kept me out of jail,’ wrote John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, in a 2008 email about an assistant attorney general at the Department of Justice who is now overseeing the FBI’s investigation of Clinton’s emails.
Police Already Made 2016 Deadlier Than 2015 By The End Of June By Mint Press News Desk
Mental illness was a known factor in almost a quarter of cases in which people were fatally shot by police so far this year, according to The Washington Post’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Fatal Force project.
WikiLeaks’ Assange Accuses Google & Facebook Of Influencing Brexit Vote By Mint Press News Desk
Now in his 5th year of political asylum at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union could allow Assange to step out from what the UN has deemed ‘arbitrary detention.’
Whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg: Out Of The Ordinary Actions By Ordinary People Can Stop Wars By Mint Press News Desk
“It ain’t that hard to get people to torture,” Ellsberg lamented, but sometimes they’ll also work together to create change for the better.
Unaoil Scandal: Leaks Reveal How Multi-nationals From Rolls-Royce to Halliburton Bribe World’s Governments By Mint Press News Desk
A massive leak of confidential documents has for the first time exposed the true extent of corruption within the oil industry, implicating dozens of leading companies, bureaucrats and politicians in a sophisticated global web of bribery and graft.
WikiLeaks: Google & Al-Jazeera Encouraged Civil War In Syria By Mint Press News Desk
Together with Al-Jazeera, Google developed a tool to track defections in Syria, hoping to encourage more former Assad allies to join the civil war.
‘Pinkwashing’ For A Cure?: Pink Ribbons Appear On Police Handcuffs, NFL Helmets And Fracking Drill Bits By Mint Press News Desk
In October, stores are full of pink-labelled products that do more to build up corporate bottom lines than advance cancer treatment or boost research budgets.