FBI Investigating Clinton Campaign Chief's Hacked Emails
Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, says the FBI is investigating the hack of his emails, which were posted by WikiLeaks.
Podesta told reporters Tuesday that the investigation is part of a wider FBI probe into the hacking of Democratic Party emails, in which Russia is suspected.
Podesta said Russia may be trying to influence the outcome of the U.S. presidential election to favor Republican Donald Trump, who has spoken of his admiration of President Vladimir Putin.
Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak denied Tuesday that Moscow has any intention of intervening in the U.S. election in any way.
UN Rights Chief: Trump Would be 'Dangerous' President
The U.N.'s human rights chief said Wednesday that if elected the next U.S. president, Donald Trump would be "dangerous from an international point of view."
Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein called some of Trump's comments about vulnerable communities and the use of torture "deeply unsettling and disturbing."
His comments to reporters in Geneva come a month after he said that populist politicians like Trump and Dutch nationalist Geert Wilders are using fear and the promise of a world that has never existed in order to gain appeal.
Zeid said Wednesday he has no plans to tone down those kinds of statements.