WikiLeaks released a second batch of data leaked from Democratic National Committee servers Wednesday night, this time a series of voice mail messages. Last week, WikiLeaks released a trove of DNC emails -- which many suspect were stolen by Russian government hackers -- that led to the resignation of DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Wednesday's leak consisted of 29 voice mails -- about 14 minutes' worth in total -- none of which appeared to be scandalous. In fact, most appeared to be routine, even mundane, personal and business messages. The leak likely will not be the last; WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Tuesday that "a lot more material" relevant to the U.S. election has yet to be released.
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