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WEEKLY UPDATE: BIG COURT VICTORY ON CLINTON EMAILS AND BENGHAZI


Weekly Update: BIG Court Victory on Clinton Emails and Benghazi

JANUARY 18, 2019

Court Orders Discovery to Begin on Clinton Email / Benghazi Scandals Documents Detail Nancy Pelosi’s CODEL Travel in 2015 U.S. Doles Out Millions to Costa Rica & Mozambique During Shutdown The Murder Epid

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  • Weekly Update: BIG Court Victory on Clinton Emails and Benghazi

    Court Orders Discovery to Begin on Clinton Email / Benghazi Scandals Documents Detail Nancy Pelosi’s CODEL Travel in 2015 U.S. Doles Out Millions to Costa Rica & Mozambique During Shutdown The Murder Epidemic in Indian Country Now We’re Providing Sex-Change Surgery to Convicted Child Sex Abusers   Court Orders Discovery…

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WEEKLY UPDATE

Weekly Update: BIG Court Victory on Clinton Emails and Benghazi

Court Orders Discovery to Begin on Clinton Email / Benghazi Scandals Documents Detail Nancy Pelosi’s CODEL Travel in 2015 U.S. Doles Out Millions to Costa Rica &...

VIDEO UPDATE

Tom Fitton’s Video Weekly Update – January 18, 2019

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton discusses an update on the Clinton email/Benghazi scandals, "Air Pelosi" grounded, and a new anti-Trump RussiaGate scandal.

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch: Documents Detail Nancy Pelosi’s $185,000 CODEL to Italy and Ukraine in 2015

Total Air Force Expenses $184,587.81 (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it obtained documents through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit...

VIDEO UPDATE

Inside Judicial Watch: Our Top 5 Investigations of 2018

In this episode of "Inside Judicial Watch," Senior Investigator William F. Marshall discusses some of our most significant investigations & corruption finds that...

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Illegal Immigrants Who Stabbed Classmate “Previously Confirmed as MS-13 Gang Members”

Three illegal immigrant public high school students who recently attacked and stabbed a classmate in New York were “previously confirmed as MS-13 gang members” by lo...

VIDEO UPDATE

On Watch: Pandemic Influenza & U.S. Public Health Readiness with Dr. Steven Hatfill, M.D.

Flu season is here, and in this episode of “On Watch,” JW Director of Investigations & Research Chris Farrell joins Dr. Steven Hatfill, M.D. to discuss America’s...

January 16, 2019

Illegal Immigrants Who Stabbed Classmate “Previously Confirmed as MS-13 Gang Members”

Three illegal immigrant public high school students who recently attacked and stabbed a classmate in New York were “previously confirmed as MS-13 gang members” by local police, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office. Two of them had been detained by federal authorities and released by a judge. Days before they attacked a fellow

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January 15, 2019

U.S. Doles Out Millions During Shutdown—Vulnerable Costa Rican Youth, AIDS in Mozambique

The U.S. government may be shut down but it’s still doling out large sums of taxpayer dollars to foreign causes that American citizens may not consider a priority. In the last few days alone, Uncle Sam dedicated millions of dollars in grants to projects that include helping socially vulnerable youth in crime-ridden Costa Rican communities,

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January 14, 2019

The Murders in Indian Country

On August 19, 2017, 22-year-old Savanna LaFontaine-Graywind disappeared in Fargo, North Dakota. The upstairs neighbor immediately was a suspect: she had been acting strangely and texted LaFontaine-Graywind earlier that day. Savanna was eight months pregnant, with swollen feet. Her car was in the parking lot, her wallet was at home: wherever she went, she wasn’t

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January 11, 2019

Migrants from Terrorist Nations Try to Enter U.S. Via Mexico at Record Rates—300% Hike in Bangladeshis in Texas Alone

Federal agents along the southern border routinely encounter individuals from terrorist nations and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) considers them one of the top threats to the United States, according to a congressional report made public this month. Titled “Stopping Terrorist Travel Through Illicit Pathways to the Homeland,” the document outlines the findings of

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