WikiLeaks is a media organization founded by Julian Assange in 2006. The organization specializes in releasing leaked documents and emails from governments and public figures.
John Podesta is the campaign chairman of the US Democratic party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
US media have ignored the substance of WikiLeaks revelations about former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and is in denial over their impact on the presidential elections, former British ambassador to Uzbekistan, whistleblower and close friend of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange Сraig Murray told Sputnik on Thursday.
Christine "Chris" Niedermeier, a US political journalist, lawyer and former government official, proposed to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign to use her connections in the country's media to improve the media coverage of the Democratic Party's nominee by the MSNBC network, emails released by WikiLeaks on Tuesday showed.
WikiLeaks has released another batch of leaked emails, hacked from the account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. The latest revelations underscores that the Clinton campaign colluded with prominent US journalists to create positive media coverage, exposing a dangerous level of conflict of interest, over impartial reporting.
Marc Elias, the general counsel for Democratic Party's Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, affiliated with the Fund for America advised to avoid making public the fact of negotiations on the issue of providing a donation to the College Democrats of America (CDA) because of "legal sensitivities," emails released by WikiLeaks on Tuesday showed.
WikiLeaks uploaded on Tuesday the 35th batch of emails from the hacked account of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta.
As one of the most fractious US elections in history draws to a close, WikiLeaks has published its latest batch of emails, hacked from the account of John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman. In them, the panicked frustration of Clinton's top aides reveals that some feared the email scandal disqualified her from running for president.
WikiLeaks released the 33rd batch of emails from the account of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta.
A new batch of emails from the account of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta released by WikiLeaks on Sunday revealed that money of the Clinton Foundation was allegedly used to finance wedding of Clinton’s daughter Chelsea.
WikiLeaks released the 32nd batch of emails from the hacked account of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta.
John Podesta, the campaign chair of the US Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, was doubting the ability of the campaign staffers to come up with a strategy for strengthening Clinton's chances instead of tactics, according to the Saturday's Wikileaks release.
WikiLeaks released the 31st batch of leaked emails from the account of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta.
Members of Hillary Clinton’s US presidential campaign discussed potential outcomes of the upcoming election in 2014, five months before Clinton announced her intention to seek the Democratic Party’s nomination, emails released by WikiLeaks on Friday showed.
Jake Siewert, communications chief for Wall Street bank Goldman Sachs and Bill Clinton’s former White House spokesman, told Hillary Clinton's campaign manager that she should be transparent about emails on her private server, a message released by WikiLeaks on Friday revealed.
For the second time on Friday, WikiLeaks released sensitive emails from the account of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta.
US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton campaign's chair John Podesta was wary of discussing confidential information with her using a private email server, emails released by WikiLeaks revealed.
In the latest batch of emails leaked by WikiLeaks, involving the account of US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign director John Podesta, it has emerged that - far from appearing open in releasing 55,000 emails on personal accounts - her team knew more were still uncovered.
WikiLeaks uploaded on Thursday the 27th batch of emails from the hacked account of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta.
In a special interview with John Pilger aired by RT, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange dismissed the allegations of Hillary Clinton’s camp that Russia was responsible for the revelations made by the whistleblowing website, which recently published a bunch of emails discrediting Clinton’s campaign.
Donald Trump’s unofficial adviser Roger Stone was informed about the upcoming WikiLeaks' publication of Hillary Clinton’s campaign emails by a US source, The Guardian reported Wednesday.