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Ecuador confirms it cut off Julian Assange's Internet access

Ecuador confirms it cut off Julian Assange's Internet access

The website also recently released a cache of emails from Hillary Clinton campaign adviser John Podesta's accounts. "The government of Ecuador respects the principle of non-intervention in the internal affairs of other states", according to a statement released by the government in Quito .



NYC police probe why stun gun wasn't used in fatal shooting

This shooting will be investigated by the Bronx District Attorney's Office, likely the state attorney general, and the NYPD. Police were called to the 66-year-old woman's apartment after receiving reports of a woman screaming, the New York Post reports .


2 additional women accuse Trump of sexual assault

2 additional women accuse Trump of sexual assault

Trump called Zervos when he came to Los Angeles and asked her to meet him at the Beverly Hills Hotel, besides enquiring where she would like to have dinner. Ms. Anderson shoved the hand away, fled the couch, and turned to take her first good look at the man who had touched her, she said. He said that he was impressed with how I handled myself on " The Apprentice ".



USS Mason fired on again

The attempted missile strikes is the most serious escalation yet of USA involvement in Yemen's civil war. Kerry says they were freed Saturday as part of complicated diplomatic arrangement that included airlifts for Yemenis wounded by an airstrike this past week by a Saudi-led coalition.


Ecuador admits limiting Assange's internet

Ecuador admits limiting Assange's internet

The news adds another layer of intrigue to an extraordinary campaign. "Multiple U.S. sources tell us John Kerry asked Ecuador to stop Assange from publishing Clinton docs during FARC peace negotiations", WikiLeaks wrote to its 3.76 million Twitter followers Tuesday.



Marco Rubio Warns GOP On WikiLeaks: 'Tomorrow, It Could Be Us'

Sen. Marco Rubio says Republicans shouldn't talk about John Podesta emails leaked by the hacktivist group WikiLeaks , because they may have been hacked by Russians. The U.S. government has publicly accused the Russian government of hacks and email leaks targeting U.S. political institutions. "This is not a Republican or Democrat issue", said Rubio, "this is an America issue, and I think there are plenty of points the secretary can be criticized on outside the stuff on Wikileaks".