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How the Story of Hillary Clinton’s Emails Has Changed

“When I got to work as secretary of state, I opted for convenience to use my personal email account, which was allowed by the State Department, because I thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal emails instead of two,”

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Questions for Hillary Clinton, and for Benghazi Panel’s Leader

From the moment he rolled into town with the Tea Party wave in 2011, Representative Trey Gowdy of South Carolina began to distinguish himself from the 86 other Republican freshmen in the House.

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Group Sues Gov’t After Obama Admin. Reportedly ‘Refuses to Release’ Whitewater Docs That Could Be Damaging to Hillary Clinton

Conservative legal group Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration to access draft indictments of Hillary Clinton over the Whitewater scandal, the group announced Tuesday.

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Group files suit for Hillary Clinton Whitewater draft indictments

A conservative group is suing the National Archives to force the public release of draft indictments of Hillary Clinton prepared by a prosecutor in the Whitewater independent counsel’s office in the 1990s.

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Bozell & Graham Column: Benghazi and ‘Untrustable’ Hillary

Kevin McCarthy was factually right – if grammatically and politically wrong – when he told Sean Hannity that the House’s Benghazi committee demonstrated Hillary Clinton was “untrustable.”

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Judge to rule Friday on fate of Native Hawaiian election

A federal judge said he will rule on Friday whether an election process underway for Native Hawaiians can proceed.

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Judicial Watch sues for draft Whitewater indictments of Hillary Clinton

The conservative organization Judicial Watch is suing the National Archives and Records Administration in an effort to obtain draft indictments of Hillary Clinton over the 1990s-era Whitewater scandal.

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Judge to Rule Friday on Fate of Native Hawaiian Election

A federal judge said he will rule on Friday whether an election process underway for Native Hawaiians can proceed.

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Argument preview: Is a three-judge court “not required” when a pleading fails to state a claim?

Congress created the three-judge district court in 1910; the procedure directly responded to the Supreme Court’s decision in Ex Parte Young, which allowed a federal district court, presided over by a single judge, to enjoin enforcement of an unconstitutional state law.

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Ambassador sought security staffing before Benghazi attack, cable shows

Two months before the fatal 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, then-Ambassador Chris Stevens requested 13 security personnel to help him safely travel around Libya, according to a cable reviewed by Fox News — but he was turned down.

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Hastert’s Hush Money Guilty Plea: Another Black Eye for Congress

Could a guilty plea from the longest-serving Republican speaker in the history of the House strengthen calls for Congress to adopt stronger ethics laws? Watchdogs are split.

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New Obama czar will hunt ‘right-wing’ extremists

Just two weeks after it announced a plan to globalize local police departments through the “Strong Cities Network,” the Obama administration has added a new tool in its fight against “violent extremism.”

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Report: in a single year, sanctuary cities released nearly 10K criminal illegal aliens

Judicial Watch has a new report out this week which you may not want to read if you were planning on having a nice day.

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State Dept. Aide Helped Vet Bill Clinton Gigs While on Foundation Board

Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department was involved in the review process for Bill Clinton’s speech and consulting requests while also serving on the board of the Clinton Foundation, newly released emails indicate.

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Here’s What Americans Are Most Afraid Of

Corruption of government officials is currently Americans’ number one fear, according to a recent survey by researchers at Chapman University.

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AP Exclusive: Clinton server’s software had hacking risk

The private email server running in Hillary Rodham Clinton’s home basement when she was secretary of state was connected to the Internet in ways that made it more vulnerable to hackers, according to data and documents reviewed by The Associated Press.

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While at State, Clinton chief of staff held job negotiating with Abu Dhabi

For the four years that Hillary Rodham Clinton was secretary of state, her longtime friend and adviser Cheryl D. Mills served next to her as chief of staff. Clinton has said Mills helped her run the State Department’s sprawling bureaucracy; oversaw key priorities such as food safety, global health policy and LGBT rights; and acted as “my principal liaison to the

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Clinton’s email woes won’t go away

As Hillary Clinton prepares for the first debate of the Democratic presidential primary season, she’s got one more thing to worry about: An imminent dump of another batch of emails from her private account that includes at least one reflecting an alleged security breach.

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EXCLUSIVE: U.S. officials conclude Iran deal violates federal law

Some senior U.S. officials involved in the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal have privately concluded that a key sanctions relief provision – a concession to Iran that will open the doors to tens of billions of dollars in U.S.-backed commerce with the Islamic regime – conflicts with existing federal statutes and cannot be implemented without violating those

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Clinton’s Wall Street frenemies

Records detailing former President Bill Clinton’s frequent paid speeches on behalf of major financial institutions were published just one day before Hillary Clinton took aim at Wall Street on the campaign trail.



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