On this Day: Today is the ten year anniversary of Wikileaks. The organization registered wikileaks.org on October 4 , 2006 and published its first document in December 2006. About this photo: Julian Assange and Daniel Domscheit-Berg at the 26th Chaos Communication Congress (26C3) in Berlin, December 2009. Domscheit-Berg is a former spokesperson for Wikileaks. Photo credit: andymcgee / Wikimedia (CC BY 2.0)

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Red Cross’s Disastrous Response to Recent Louisiana Disaster (Russ)

The Red Cross keeps messing up big-time, and keeps getting a free pass from media, which routinely recommends we all send our donations its way.

Trump’s New Campaign Manager Wins Even if Candidate Loses (Dan)

Kellyanne Conway has seen an increase in brand growth as well as cash flow. This comes despite poor poll numbers for her candidate.

Dashcam Shows Cops Trying to Run Man Over (Russ)

When that didn’t work, they shot him. Audio not very helpful to their cause, either.

‘Brexit’ Movement to Begin in March (Dan)

New Prime Minister Theresa May aims for Britain to be out of the European Union by Spring 2019.

Did Secretary of State Clinton Propose a Drone Strike on Assange? (Trevin)

After a “wild brainstorming session” (where she is said to have asked “Can’t we just drone this guy?”) an email was sent from State Department Director of Policy Planning Ann-Marie Slaughter to Clinton and staff, with the subject line: “an SP memo on possible legal and nonlegal strategies re Wikileaks.”