3. Clinton aides using their personal email at State Department. While they struggled to answer questions about Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State, some of the aides who worked with her at the State Department also evidently went away from their own state.gov email addresses to do official work at times. In this email, staffers are discussing Jake Sullivan, who was Clinton's deputy Chief of Staff at State, prompting this question: "why did her advisers at times use personal addresses to communicate with her?"
4. Wikileaks trying hard to nail Clinton. One of the more interesting aspects of the last month has been to watch Wikileaks transform itself into an internet organ that is seemingly campaigning daily against Hillary Clinton. That was fully on display earlier this week when Wikileaks jumped to conclusions - as published in conservative media - and accused a top Clinton aide of deleting all of his tweets in an effort to hide information from the FBI.
The problem was, Mook never deleted his tweets, because he had never posted to Twitter, despite joining back in 2015. Not only was Wikileaks wrong, but a whole big slice of anti-Clinton forces dropped the ball on this one too. One thing to remember as a reporter - if the story seems too good to be true, it probably is.
5. Assange says the next leak is the big one.The founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange claimed in recent days that he's holding back something really big on Hillary Clinton. "Julian Assange claims next leak will lead to the arrest of Clinton," blared the headline on the Russian government backed RT network. Wikileaks has promised fireworks before, but not always delivered. We'll see about this one.