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It's the final day of the DNC. Hillary Clinton has her big speech tonight, arguably the biggest one of her life.

Looking ahead to 2018, candidates to succeed Jerry Brown as governor of California have been schmoozing in Philadelphia along with other Democratic politicians.

After the leaks of DNC emails, Wikileaks has been criticized by some of the same people who once defended it.

The movie Tallulah comes out this Friday, it was one of the films from this year's Sundance Film Festival.

The Treasury Department announced a new rule that makes it harder for people to anonymously buy houses, which could have an impact on international criminals trying to launder money.

Photo: President Barack Obama is joined by Democratic Nominee for President Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 27, 2016. (Scott Audette/Reuters)

Producers:
Matt Holzman
Anna Scott
Jolie Myers
Christian Bordal
Sarah Sweeney

Hillary Clinton's Big Night 10 MIN, 46 SEC

Today is the last day of the Democrats' gathering in Philadelphia. Coming into the convention, polls consistently found a little more than half of Americans viewed Hillary Clinton unfavorably. The spotlight is on Hillary Clinton tonight, but the question remains, can she bring it all home?

Guests:
Robert Draper, New York Times Magazine / National Geographic / GQ (@DraperRobert)

California Gubernatorial Candidates at the DNC 7 MIN, 44 SEC

Of course at conventions there's what happens on stage and what happens behind the scenes. As the DNC wraps up, we check in with California's gubernatorial race in 2018. All the announced and expected-to-announce candidates are in Philadelphia to build some momentum for their nascent campaigns.

Guests:
Saul Gonzalez, KCRW producer (@SaulKCRW)

Does Wikileaks Have an Agenda? 10 MIN, 34 SEC

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says there are many more hacked emails from the DNC on the way. The previous dump contained hacked emails that showed DNC bias for Hillary Clinton. But now Wikileaks is facing criticism from some of the same people who once supported its mission.

Guests:
Xeni Jardin, BoingBoing.net (@xeni)

'Tallulah' 9 MIN, 24 SEC

The movie Tallulah comes out this Friday. It stars Ellen Page as Lu, a poor young woman who ends up being confused for a housekeeper by a drunk, wealthy woman. Lu is given a child to take care of, which she ends up passing off as her grandchild. Tallulah is about the lives of three broken women who don't really know how to be good mothers.

Guests:
Sian Heder, director, 'Tallulah' (@sianheder)

Cracking Down on Money Laundering 8 MIN, 37 SEC

Buying mega-mansions in Los Angeles is about to get a little more complicated for international ne'er-do-wells. The Treasury Department just announced a new rule that makes it harder for people to anonymously buy houses worth millions of dollars. The rule has to do with shell companies, money laundering, and international crime.

Guests:
Heather Lowe, Global Financial Integrity (@GFI_Tweets)

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