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Amanda Seyfried says she thought she had a brain tumor

Amanda Seyfried has opened up about her mental health battle, saying she initially had fears she had a brain tumor.<p>The "Mean Girls" star, 30, told Allure magazine that she has been taking anti-anxiety medication for her Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) since she was 19.<p>“Yeah. I’m on Lexapro, and …

Assange's snipped internet? Ecuador takes the fall

Ecuador confirms it severed the WikiLeaks founder's internet access over concerns he was trying to interfere with the US presidential election.<p>Ecuador confirmed Tuesday that it severed Julian Assange's internet access over concerns the WikiLeaks founder was using it to interfere with the US …

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How Facial Expressions Could Hurt Hillary Clinton's Election Results

Hillary Clinton uses her “grandmother smile” to avoid the sexist taunt of “resting bitch face” during the presidential debates, body language and …

Donald Trump’s KKK stamp of approval: The Klan gives a de facto endorsement to the Trump campaign on the front page of its newspaper

The Klan’s paper was effusive about “Make America Great Again,” as a hopeful return to “a White Christian Republic”<p>The Republican Party is the United States’ largest de facto white identity organization. Its primary electoral strategy for the last 50 years has consisted of using a combination of …

Barack Obama's half-brother Malik Obama attending third presidential debate as Donald Trump's guest

President Barack Obama's half brother, Malik Obama, will be attending Wednesday night's third presidential debate as a guest of Donald Trump.<p>Malik Obama, a Muslim with both Kenyan and US citizenship, has previously expressed his support for the Republican nominee.<p>“I’m excited to be at the debate. …

The Clinton campaign reportedly asked for one major change for the final debate — and it's because of Donald Trump

During the second debate, held October 9 in St. Louis, Trump apparently tried to orchestrate a confrontation between Bill Clinton and women who had previously accused him of sexual misconduct.<p>To intercept any other disruptive plans the Republican nominee might have been cooking up this week, The …

Despite failures, North Korea could field missile next year: U.S. expert | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In spite of the apparent failure of another North Korean missile test at the weekend, the country’s aggressive testing schedule could see its Musudan intermediate ballistic missile entering operational service sometime next year - much sooner than expected, a leading U.S. …

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Wikileaks dumps ninth batch of Clinton campaign e-mails

Another day, another document dump from WikiLeaks.<p>The website released its ninth batch of emails on Sunday, more results from the apparent hack of the personal email account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.<p>As with previous disclosures, Sunday's release includes information on how …

Government

WikiLeaks' 10 Most Damning Clinton Emails that Prove Mainstream Media is Scripted & Controlled

Washington, D.C. – With information coming out of WikiLeaks at a fast and furious pace, it’s difficult for the average person to keep up with the …

Mainstream Media

Clinton challenger attacked in hacked email sees no ‘public good’ in WikiLeaks dump

On Aug. 11, 2015, the news media picked up on the plans of Larry Lessig, the Harvard Law professor and anti-corruption activist, to run for president in the Democratic primaries.<p>Neera Tanden, the president of the Center for American Progress, apparently was not pleased.<p>“You know what average …

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Ecuador Restricts WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange’s Communications

Ecuador said Tuesday that it restricted Julian Assange’s internet access at its embassy in London in light of concerns that the WikiLeaks founder, who has lived there since he was granted political asylum in 2012, was meddling in the U.S. presidential election.<p>The acknowledgment resolves the …

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WikiLeaks Shows Clinton Is Prepped For Pot Talk

The marijuana community has been very interested in what presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had to say about legalization in the latest dump of John Podesta emails.<p>WikiLeaks has been releasing several batches of hacked emails from the campaign manager, which have proven to be a treasure trove …

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Hillary Clinton's WikiLeaks Emails: A Look Back at the Five Biggest Revelations

Hillary Clinton has had her fair share of “October surprises” in the final stretch of her campaign.<p>Even before her most recent email scare — FBI …

Government

Will WikiLeaks Catch Up With Hillary Clinton Tonight?

Julian Assange’s drip-drip-drip of revelations hasn’t really hurt Clinton—yet. Will Wednesday’s debate be the night she finally gets nailed?<p>Hillary …

How This Ad Exec Ended Up In Hillary Clinton's WikiLeaks Dump

Last week’s WikiLeaks dump had a surprising star: Wendy Clark.<p>The CEO of advertising agency DDB North America showed up in the hacked emails of …

The WikiLeaks emails reveal why Hillary Clinton wouldn’t support a carbon tax

During the Democratic primary, one of the major climate policy differences between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton was a carbon tax. He supported one. She didn’t. Now we have a little insight into why, via WikiLeaks’ recent release of thousands of hacked personal emails from Clinton campaign …

Could the WikiLeaks Dump Actually Be Good For Hillary Clinton?

Without the polish of the campaign, she's more interesting, more honest and more pragmatic.<p>(A version of this column originally appeared on Poynter.org.)<p><b>Tom Friedman</b>, <i>The New York Times</i> columnist and international brand, can't get enough of the <b>Hillary Clinton</b> found in WikiLeaks.<p>“I love WikiHillary,” …

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Ecuador says it cut WikiLeaks founder's internet over interference in US election

Ecuador has confirmed that it has temporarily cut off internet access in its embassy in London to Julian Assange, the founder of the whistleblowing site WikiLeaks, over fears that he was using it to interfere in the US presidential election.<p>The move followed the publication of leaked emails by …

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