Monday’s publication brought up the number of internal exchanges dumped online by the whistleblower website to 15,200.
The series is named after Clintons’ long-term associate and then President Bill Clinton's chief of staff Podesta. He is also a co-owner of a major lobbying firm called the Podesta Group.
The tenth leak contains thousands of emails that apparently show how Hillary Clinton’s campaign handled media queries about the presidential hopeful’s stance on gay marriage, healthcare and her plans to rally Latino votes.
The installments that followed covered Clinton’s strategies on winning over African-American votes and rich donors, as well as toned-down remarks on Wall Street’s role in financial regulations she made in speeches to Golden Sachs employees in 2013.
In July, WikiLeaks also published nearly 20,000 hacked emails that apparently showed Democratic National Committee (DNC) members discussing ways to undercut Clinton's rival Bernie Sanders in the race for the Democratic nomination.