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Report: U.S. Got Evidence Russia Leaked Emails After Election
Senate Armed Services to hold hearing on U.S. response on Thursday

Intelligence agencies have revealed they have conclusive evidence the Russian government released Democratic National Committee emails and emails fromHillary Clinton adviser John Podesta. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

American intelligence agencies received what is considered conclusive evidence that Russia provided hacked material the Democratic National Committee to WikiLeaks after the November elections, according to three U.S. officials.

Intelligence agencies concluded before the election that Russia directed the hacking but lacked conclusive evidence that it provided the material to WikiLeaks in an attempt to damage Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Reuters reported.

Rubio to Republicans: Stop Talking About Wikileaks
Says same thing could happen to Republicans

Sen. Marco Rubio is in a tough re-election race against Rep. Patrick Murphy. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Florida Sen. Marco Rubiosaid he won't talk about emails revealed by Wikileaks and warned other Republicans that they shouldn't, either.

Rubio said that U.S. intelligence officials have said the leaks are an attempt by a foreign government to interfere with U.S. elections and he will not indulge in that.

Report: Podesta Hints at Trump-Wikileaks Coordination
Points to Trump adviser Roger Stone saying he was in touch with Assange

Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta, right, said this is the first campaign in his career in which he's had to had to "tangle with Russian intelligence agencies." (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta hinted Tuesday that Republican rival Donald Trump's campaign had received "advance warning" about the hacking of his emails.

On the campaign plane on Tuesday, Podesta pointed to former Trump adviser Roger Stone's August tweet about him.

Assange Says He Would Release Trump Info
But only "authentic" internal documents, Wikileaks founder says

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange would not tell NPR if the organization had any Donald Trump emails. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said he would release "authentic" information about the Donald Trump campaign like his organization did with information about Democrats.

"If anyone has information that is from inside the Trump campaign, which is authentic, it's not like some claimed witness statement but actually internal documentation," Assange said in an NPR interview that aired Wednesday. "We'd be very happy to receive it and publish it."

Roger Stone Claims To Be In Contact With WikiLeaks Founder
The Trump ally said that Julian Assange has damaging documents from the Clinton Foundation

The controversial political consul Roger Stone might have inadvertently linked the Donald Trump campaign with the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Stone was asked at an event in front of the the Southwest Broward Republican Organization whether there would be an "October surprise" from Wikileaks that could damage Hillary Clinton's campaign.

Report: DNC CEO Resigns
Departure comes in wake of Wikileaks emails

Amy Dacey, the CEO of the Democratic National Committee, resigned Tuesday. (Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Glamour file photo)

Democratic National Committee CEO Amy Dacey resigned Tuesday in the aftermath of an email leak scandal that showed staff members for the national party favored one presidential candidate over another.  

The DNC also announced the resignation of communications director Luis Miranda and Chief Financial Officer Brad Marshall.  

Report: DNC Warned About Hack
FBI warning was not secure or specific about the extent of the hack

Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz spoke at a rally introducing the Hillary Clinton-Tim Kaine ticket on Saturday in Miami. The following day, she announced she would step down after the convention. (Gaston De Cardenas/AFP/Getty Images)

The Democratic National Committee was warned by federal investigators about a potential hack months before the committee sought outside help to look into the problem.   

The FBI warned the DNC of the intrusions but the warning was not clear or specific about the extent of the hack, CNN reported .