Wikileaks releases more emails as Assange vows Clinton's "arrest"

With just nine days left until the elections, the internet group Wikileaks dropped more hacked emails from a top aide to Hillary Clinton, as the founder of Wikileaks proclaimed on Sunday that information the group was ready to release next would lead to the arrest of the Democratic nominee for President.

Here’s a look at some of what we’ve learned this weekend:

1. Still relatively little from Hillary Clinton. Wikileaks supporters have often talked about how the group is going to reveal damaging emails from Hillary Clinton herself, but there’s been precious little of import from her to Podesta or other aides.