On Sunday, WikiLeaks released its ninth installment of the "Podesta emails," a series of leaked emails from John Podesta, the chairman of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
The content of the emails ranges from Clinton's speeches to Wall Street investment firms (and her husband's) to controversial planned donations from Middle Eastern nations.
The emails cover a lot of ground, but here are the biggest highlights.
The email scandal
Other leaked emails dating back to August 2015 show the cLinton staff revising a planned statement on Clinton's use of a private email server, expecting Clinton opponents to respond by calling her "misleading, devious, non-transparent, tricky etc." They also went back and forth on whether or not to mention former Secretary of State Colin Powell's use of private emails.
The Clinton Foundation
The foundation has been repeatedly accused of favoring wealthy donors. At one point, representatives from Qatar were reportedly trying to give Bill a $1 million birthday present, according to the leaked emails. It's not clear if he ever received it.
The charity was apparently a stressful operation during Hillary's tenure as Secretary of State, with the chief operating officer reportedly threatening to commit suicide over the stress.