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New Wikileaks Emails Add To Clinton Foundation Controversy; Audio ExcerptThe Charlie Brennan Show discusses the report of new leaked emails from WikiLeaks that raise more questions about alleged improper payments to the Clinton Foundation. A former aide reportedly called money paid to former President Bill Clinton, “Bill Clinton Inc.”
Twitter Shutting Down Vine App, Cutting Jobs; Audio ExcerptTwitter says they are shutting down the mobile app Vine – known for they’re funny, creative video loops. The company wrote a post Thursday saying they will be shutting down soon. Twitter is also reportedly cutting its staff by 9 percent after a widely rumored sale process appears to have failed.
Mpls. Police Find Man, 40, Dead In Apartment With Gunshot Wound; Audio ExcerptMinneapolis police are investigating after a man was found dead Thursday morning in his apartment. The Minneapolis Police Department says the 40-year old victim was found by officers around 9:30 a.m. inside his ground-level apartment on the 1600 block of Glenwood Avenue North, just west of downtown.
Twitter To Lay Off 9 Percent Of Staff; Audio ExcerptTwitter is cutting its staff by 9 percent after a widely rumored sale process appears to have come to nothing. The layoffs are expected to impact about 350 employees across sales, partnerships and marketing efforts, according to the company. The goal is to push Twitter toward profitability as an independent company.
Oversight Committee Preparing For ‘Years’ Of Investigations Of Clinton; Audio ExcerptCongressman Jason Chaffetz, head of the House Oversight Committee, is reportedly preparing to spend years, come January, probing the record of Hillary Clinton. “It’s a target-rich environment,” the Republican reportedly said in an interview in Utah. Hillary Clinton's campaign is under new pressure because of reported leaked emails from WikiLeaks that raise more questions about alleged improper payments to the Clinton Foundation.
Thomas Scores 25, Celtics Fight Off Nets 122-117; Audio ExcerptIsaiah Thomas had 25 points and nine assists, Jae Crowder added 21 points and Al Horford pitched in 11 in his Boston debut on Wednesday night as the Celtics survived a late scare to beat the Brooklyn Nets 122-117 in their season opener.