NEW YORK ― Politico acknowledged Sunday that it was a "mistake" for one of its top reporters to send the Democratic National Committee an advance copy of an article while emphasizing there were no substantive changes made to the piece prior to publication.
A May 2 article by Politico's Ken Vogel and Isaac Arnsdorf ― "Clinton fundraising leaves little for state parties" ― has come under scrutiny since WikiLeaks published over 19,000 internal DNC emails on Friday.
GERMANY -- Officials were responding to an explosion at a restaurant in Ansbach, Germany on Sunday.
According to police, one person is dead and nine more are wounded.
The incident prompted a large-scale' police operation, local media reported.
There's more evidence that the Democratic National Committee rigged the election against Bernie Sanders and in favor of Hillary Clinton.
WikiLeaks posted an email from Mark Paustenbach, the Democratic Party's national press secretary & deputy communications director, to other staffers discussing how they could create an anti-Sanders narrative the described his campaign in disarray.
San Francisco's gentrification wars have long fostered a certain element willing to make the debate over affordable housing extremely personal.
During the first dot-com boom, members of the "Mission Yuppie Eradication Project" posted flyers encouraging residents of the once working-class Latino neighborhood to "vandalize yuppie cars". During the current tech boom, as evictions soared, activists began using stencils to paint the sidewalks in front of certain buildings with an image of a suitcase and a message: "Tenants here forced out."