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State Dept. Skimps On Libya Security, Blows $5.6 Mil on Cultural Preservation Abroad

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Judicial Watch: New State Department Emails Reveal Clinton Aide Huma Abedin Failed to Provide Financial and Employment Information As Required By Law

Abedin Received Top Secret Clearance Renewal in Anticipation of SGE Position (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on October 13, 2015, it received new documents from the Department of State, including an email from the agency’s top financial disclosure official revealing that then-Secretary Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin…

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Judicial Watch: New State Department Documents Raise More Questions on Clinton Conflict of Interest Reviews

Court Asked to Allow Discovery, Impose Legal Hold on All Clinton Email Records (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 789 pages of State Department ethics review documents concerning former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, revealing that at least one speech by Bill Clinton appeared to take place without the…

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New front opened in battle over Clinton email server

A conservative organization is preparing a new attack in a protracted legal battle with the State Department over Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

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Former Clinton Aide Lied About Use of Personal Email Account for State Department Business

Former Hillary Clinton advisor Philippe Reines has emphatically maintained that—unlike his longtime boss—he never used a personal email account to conduct official State Department business.

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Media Advisory: Court Hearing Scheduled for Tomorrow on Clinton Email Preservation

Update: The status conference is now scheduled for October 7, 2015, at 2:00 p.m.. Update: The status conference, scheduled for October 1, 2015, at 10:30 a.m., is continued until a date and time to be determined by the Clerk of the Court. (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced that…

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A liberal take on the Clinton email scandal

Why are we still talking about a revolving door at the White House? After promising “change” in America, President Obama officially shut the revolving door on Jan. 21, 2009, in his very first executive order.

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New Clinton emails coming as questions about old ones swirl

State Department officials are set to release a new batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails Wednesday amid growing speculation that the government does not have a complete record of Clinton’s communications.

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Clinton Camp: Clinton did not sign form on Abedin job change

Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff —and not Clinton herself — signed a State Department form that helped another Clinton aide change to a job status that allowed broader private-sector employment, a Clinton campaign official said late Saturday.

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New Documents Show Hillary Clinton Signed Off on Special Government Employment Job for Huma Abedin

Updated 11/12/2015: Clinton approved of Abedin’s SGE status, but may not have personally signed the document. The State Department provided documents on November 12 that show the previously redacted signature. The signature appears more likely to be that of Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s former chief of staff, than that of Clinton.…

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Why won’t the FBI come clean on what’s going on with Hillary’s emails? Mystery over G-men’s refusal to tell court what’s happening

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has thrown into chaos efforts to publicly release secret emails sent from Hillary Clinton’s private email server as secretary of state – and start ending the controversy that has dogged her presidential campaign all year.

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Server Farm

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Emails show top Clinton aide discussed sensitive travel plans on personal account

A top aide to Hillary Clinton discussed sensitive travel plans on her personal email account, according to new records obtained through the Freedom of Information Act.

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5 months of Clinton emails missing

Judicial Watch files lawsuit for lack of disclosure, says she withheld information from the court

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Justice Department rules Hillary Clinton followed law in deleting emails

The Obama administration told a federal court Wednesday that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was within her legal rights to use of her own email account, to take the messages with her when she left office and to be the one deciding which of those messages are government records that should be returned.

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State Department seeks temporary halt of Hillary email case (Updated)

The State Department has filed a Motion to Stay the Judicial Watch case seeking information regarding Huma Abedin’s non-State Department employment, including emails sent and received by Hillary Clinton. The full motion is at the bottom of this post.


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