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WikiLeaks Founder: Saying Russia Is Responsible for DNC Leak is a ‘Diversion’ By the Clinton Campaign | TheBlaze.com

In the wake of the massive leak of internal emails from within the Democratic National Committee, some have suggested Russian intelligence is responsible for the hack, but the founder of WikiLeaks, which is responsible for the revelation, said there is “no proof whatsoever” of that.

“Well there is no proof of that whatsoever,” Julian Assange told NBC’s Richard Engel in an interview Monday. “We have not disclosed our source, and of course, this is a diversion that’s being pushed by the Hillary Clinton campaign. That’s a meta-story. The real story is what these emails contain and they show collusion.”

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Google Maps update brings cleaner look and new areas of interest | The Verge

Google spruced up its Maps app on Android and iOS yesterday, as well as its web counterpart, in a bid to make it easier to understand. The updated Google Maps has removed road outlines and changed typography, alterations that Google says make it easier for users to see traffic information and make out points of interest, train stations, and other key spots easily. The company is also taking advantage of this cleaner look to highlight new areas of interest, shading districts with a lot of stuff to see and do in orange, and allowing users to explore their contents.

These areas of interest are determined algorithmically, using an automated process to pick out areas with the most stores, restaurants, or bars, but Google says it's also using a "human touch" in high-density areas — like New York City — to point people to the coolest locations.

via www.theverge.com


Fed likely to upgrade outlook, stay mum on rates

Despite encouraging rebounds in both job growth and markets in recent weeks, the Federal Reserve is expected to maintain its poker face this week, offering few, if any, clues as to whether it will raise interest rates in September, economists say.

Fed policymakers are wedged between a recent upturn in economic and financial news, and a lingering cloud of uncertainty. What is virtually certain is Fed policymakers won’t hike the central bank’s benchmark rate at two-day meeting that concludes Wednesday. Fed officials also stood pat in June, highlighting a sharp slowdown in job gains in April and May, and the United Kingdom’s looming “Brexit” vote on whether to leave the European Union. The Fed raised its key rate in December for the first time in nine years but has held it steady since.

via www.usatoday.com


DNC sought to hide details of Clinton funding deal - POLITICO

PHILADELPHIA — Leaked emails show the Democratic National Committee scrambled this spring to conceal the details of a joint fundraising arrangement with Hillary Clinton that funneled money through state Democratic parties.

During the three-month period when the DNC was working to spin the situation, state parties kept less than one half of one percent of the $82 million raised through the arrangement — validating concerns raised by campaign finance watchdogs, state party allies and Bernie Sanders supporters.

via www.politico.com


Japan knife attack: At least 19 dead - CNN.com

EDITOR'S NOTE: Obviously, there needs to be a ban on knives.....

(CNN)At least 19 people were killed and 26 injured in a stabbing spree at a facility for disabled people west of Tokyo, making it one of Japan's deadliest mass killings since World War II. Nine men and 10 women, ranging in age from 18 to 70, were killed in the attack.

Officer Satomi Kurihara of the Sagamihara Fire Department confirmed the death toll at the Tsukui Yamayurien facility in Sagamihara, a residential area approximately 40 kilometers (25 miles) west of the capital.
 
Satoshi Uematsu, a 26-year-old who worked at the facility until February, broke in through a window about 2 a.m. Tuesday (1 p.m. ET Monday), Kanagawa Prefecture officials said at a news conference.

via www.cnn.com


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Any of those things would end a normal person's career – but not Hillary Clinton. She has RIGGED the system. There is nothing democratic about the Democratic Party, where the party bosses continue to ignore the grassroots and empower party insiders to make decisions for everyone else.
 
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