Judicial Watch • Ethics

Fla. Gov. in TV Campaign Ad with Convicted Human Smuggler

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IRS: Lois Lerner had second secret personal email account (in addition to “Toby Miles”)

Last week, in an August 24, 2015 Status Report, the Internal Revenue Service disclosed that Lois Lerner used a secret personal email account denominated as “Toby Miles.”

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CAWG Leads Coalition Calling for Ethics Inquiry over Questionable Obamacare Enrollments

The signatories* of the organizations listed below respectfully request that the Senate Select Committee on Ethics investigate the senators and/or staff members that may have broken laws and committed fraud to enable senators, Senate staffers, and their families to purchase health insurance on the District of Columbia’s Small Business Exchange.

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Obama’s on-air defenders also lobby White House

Conflicts of interest abound in this story. The Obama administration, despite the president’s campaign pledge to reduce lobbyist influence, involved lobbyists in its public relations efforts in return for administration access.

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Boeing & The Clintons: A “Mutually Beneficial Relationship”

Short of a corpse turning up in Chelsea’s office, the notion of a criminal or Congressional investigation into the Clinton Foundation is far-fetched. Who would conduct it? The Justice Department? The IRS? Those brave souls in the Senate? A House probe would play right into the hands of Mrs. Clinton’s…

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Bloomberg Oil Trent Lott’s Firm Made a Fortune Lobbying for the Kremlin

While policymakers talk about increasing sanctions on Russia, lobbying firms are partnering with Russian energy organizations to ensure maximum mutual economic benefit, even if it’s not in America’s best interests.

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The Giustra File: “Sustainable Growth” & Huge Profits

We can’t say we weren’t warned. As revelations pour in about the sketchy ties between big business, big donors, the State Department and the Clinton Foundation, the founding documents of that relationship continue to surprise, sometimes for sheer audacity. Here are the Clintons, in a 2008 Memorandum of Understanding drafted…

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Judicial Watch Reveals Court Dirty Deeds

Watch Judicial Watch Director of Litigation Paul Orfanedes discuss Judicial Watch’s efforts to fight corruption and waste in Los Angeles with the Full Disclosure Network.

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Judicial Watch Challenges Double Dipping by California Judges

“Supplemental” benefits still continue six years after passage of stop-gap legislation court termed an “interim measure, awaiting further legislative action” Benefits costs Los Angeles County taxpayers $24,661,923 in 2013 (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed its “Opening Brief on Appeal” in a legal challenge to Los…

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Judicial Watch Accuses Obama Administration of Misleading Court on Hillary Clinton Email Scandal

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch accused the Obama administration of stalling and withholding information from a federal court in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and top aide’s emails.  Last week, Judicial Watch attorneys sought a status conference over the issue of the Hillary Clinton’s and

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Judicial Watch Announces a Special Presentation: ‘Hillary Clinton’s Email Scandal’

(Washington, DC) – In response to revelations about the secret email accounts used by Hillary Clinton and other top State Department officials to conduct official government business, Judicial Watch announced it will host an educational panel discussion:  “Hillary Clinton’s Email Scandal.” Panelists include Joseph E. diGenova, former U.S. Attorney, independent

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Transparency groups want Clinton’s emails preserved electronically for public

A coalition of watchdog groups sent a letter to the Secretary of State and the National Archivist on Tuesday, asking for them to make Hillary Clinton’s emails sent from her private sever about official business public to the American people. Last December, Hillary Clinton turned in 30,000 emails yet deleted…

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Watchdog groups call on State Department to force Clinton to turn over her emails

A dozen watchdog groups sent the Secretary of State and the National Archivist a letter calling for the State Department to transfer all of Hillary Clinton’s emails containing federal records to them for review. These groups want to ensure that FOIA requests and lawsuits against the State Department are fulfilled. Hillary…

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Clintons Cover-Up Team

While they worked for Hillary Clinton at the State Department, Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills used personal email addresses from Clinton’s private server. This news comes as the American public learns more about Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. In addition, Huma Abedin held private sector jobs on the side, and Cheryl…

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JW Exposes Clinton Misconduct in Court

Clinton Email Scandal Breaking News Judicial Watch Forces Obama Administration to Admit To Misconduct in Email Scandal Obama’s Hawaii Blow-Out Clinton Email Scandal Breaking News Nothing to see here but wedding plans, family vacations and yoga routines. That’s the malarkey that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told reporters during…

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Getting Clinton’s Emails: Lawsuits, FOIAs From Associated Press and Judicial Watch Issued to State Department

Recently Judicial Watch filed several FOIA requests against the State Department relating to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. If the requests are not fulfilled by the State Department, Judicial Watch will file FOIA lawsuits to get the records its seeking. Meanwhile, the House Select Committee on Benghazi wants Clinton to testify…

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In wake of Hillary email flap, State won’t resist reopening FOIA case

Judicial Watch recently asked District Judge Emmet Sullivan to reopen a FOIA lawsuit against the State Department seeking records pertaining to Huma Abedin’s former employment status as a “special government employee” under former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In that capacity, she did consulting work on the side for Teneo…

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Hillary Clinton email scandal: State Department to reopen court case

The State Department has decided to reopen a FOIA lawsuit Judicial Watch closed last year regarding Huma Abedin’s emails. Judicial Watch decided to pursue this lawsuit again because the Hillary Clinton email scandal has revealed that the State Department did not do a thorough job searching email accounts in response…

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More Concerns About the Security Of Hillary’s Email Server

The private server Hillary Clinton used while she was Secretary of State was not encrypted for two months and was running obsolete versions of Outlook. In addition, Hillary Clinton has given mixed accounts of how many devices she used while she was in that position. Judicial Watch uncovered that she used…

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Report: The State Department Really Isn’t Good At Preserving Emails

About 1 billion emails were sent by State Department staffers in 2011, when Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, but the State Department only preserved less than 62,000 of those emails. In relation to Clinton’s email scandal, Clinton admitted at a press conference that she deleted nearly 32,000 emails from the private…

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Benghazi Committee Seeks Missing Clinton Emails

At a press conference, Hillary Clinton said she will not turn over the private email server she used as Secretary of State and admitted she deleted 32,000 emails from her server, which she said were “private” and contained unclassified material. The House Select Committee on Benghazi is asking for Hillary Clinton…


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