WikiLeaks, Julian Assange's whistle-blowing organization, has announced that it is publishing a series of documents it is calling "The Global Intelligence Files," which includes over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered "global intelligence" company Stratfor, according to a statement the organization made Sunday night.
The organization has partnered with 25 media organizations to publish the documents, two of which are based in the United States: McClatchy and Rolling Stone [....]
American foreign policy is at a crossroads. One path for the US is global cooperation. The other is a burst of militarism in response to frustrated ambitions. The future of the US, and of the world, hangs on this choice.
The Department of Justice Inspector General will review broad allegations of misconduct involving the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email practices and the bureau’s controversial decision shortly before the election to announce the probe had resumed, the Inspector General announced Thursday.