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State Department Turns Over 1,600 Newly-Discovered Clinton Documents to Benghazi Committee

The State Department turned over 1,600 pages of previously undisclosed documents related to Hillary Clinton and Libya to the House Benghazi committee on Friday, a month after it revealed the existence of the documents in an unrelated court case.

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Judge Lets Drunk Illegal Immigrant Go After Killing Nebraska Woman: Hearing Lasted Just Minutes

More information has emerged on just how an illegal immigrant, who killed a Nebraska woman in a drunk driving incident, was allowed to get out of jail and skip town and future punishment.

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Clinton antagonist: We’ll get all the emails

All of the roughly 30,000 personal emails Hillary Clinton claimed to have deleted from her private email server will eventually be reviewed by the government — and many will be made public, according to a top legal adversary of Clinton.

“They’re all going to get reviewed eventually, despite Mrs. Clinton’s resistance,” Tom Fitton, the head of the

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David Vitter holds OPM nominee as part of Obamacare probe

Sen. David Vitter followed through Thursday on his threat to hold up President Obama’s pick to lead the government’s personnel office, saying he still doesn’t understand why Congress was granted small-business status that “exempted” it from Obamacare, even though it employs thousands.

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Opinion Journal: Searching Hillary’s Private Email Server

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on why a federal judge has expanded the investigation into the State Department and former Secretary Clinton’s conduct. Photo credit: Associated Press.

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Opinion Journal: Searching Hillary’s Private Email Server

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on why a federal judge has expanded the investigation into the State Department and former Secretary Clinton’s conduct. Photo credit: Associated Press.

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New-Voter Drive Targets Latino Immigrants

Latino advocacy and media groups are coordinating a major effort to spur eligible Hispanic immigrants, many angered by campaign rhetoric, to become U.S. citizens and register to vote ahead of the November election.

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Judicial Watch president on the latest in the Clinton email investigation

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the latest in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

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Why did the State Dept add Albright, Powell, and Rice to email saga — for dramatic tension?

Well, now we have an email (released via Judicial Watch due to FOIA litigation) from Cheryl Mills to Secretary Kerry’s Chief of Staff David Wade dated August 22, 2014 citing a request made in July 2014 about getting hard copies of the Clinton emails to/from accounts ending in .gov during her tenure at the State Department.

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The Obama Administration Wants to Make Sure Non-Citizens Vote in the Upcoming Election

Several well-funded organizations — including the League of Women Voters and the NAACP — are fighting efforts to prevent non-citizens from voting illegally in the upcoming presidential election.

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Vitter Seeks Answers From IRS on Congress’s Obamacare Contradiction

Sen. David Vitter (R., La.) is demanding answers from the IRS after Congress was issued tax forms designating it as a large employer despite its registering as a “small business” through the Washington, D.C., health care exchange.

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Why Justice Scalia was staying for free at a Texas resort

Justice Antonin Scalia’s sudden death over the weekend at a West Texas ranch raised questions about the nature of his travel, who paid for the trip and whether justices are subject to the same disclosure guidelines as other judges or federal officials.

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HPV vaccination rates are low, especially in Kansas and Missouri, and cancer experts are alarmed

The University of Kansas Cancer Center recently joined nearly 70 other cancer centers across the country to sound an alarm about the HPV vaccine.

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Former Miramar al-Qaida leader hid near U.S.-Mexico border, new documents show

Adnan G. el Shukrijumah, an al-Qaida terrorist leader once based in South Florida, hid in northern Mexico with two other Arab militants in a border city across from Douglas, Arizona, in 2004, newly released State Department cables say.

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Official: Top Clinton aides also handled ‘top secret’ intel on server

At least a dozen email accounts handled the “top secret” intelligence that was found on Hillary Clinton’s server and recently deemed too damaging for national security to release, a U.S. government official close to the review told Fox News.

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HILLARY CLINTON, OLD PERSON, REQUIRED STAFFER TO CREATE PRINTOUTS OF CLASSIFIED EMAILS

Apparently, Hillary Clinton’s troubles with technology extend even further than her famous tussle with the fax machine, revealed in the first set of FOIA’ed emails the State Department released several months ago. She also has a lot of difficulty with printers.

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Exclusive: Federal Prosecutors Spell Out Criminal Case against Hillary Clinton in Whitewater Scandal

Hillary Clinton may or may not be indicted in the State Department emails scandal, but one thing is certain: she’s been to this dance before, facing possible criminal charges. Mrs. Clinton “may have been involved in a crime in 1986,” according to never-before-seen portions of an Office of Independent Counsel (OIC) memorandum in the Whitewater affair obtained by

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Meet The Obama Czars Who Decide How Your Workplace Runs

President Barack Obama has done a lot to change workplace rules during his term but it was key political appointments of labor czars which drove the policy changes forward.

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Hillary blames GOP for email probe despite evidence

NEW YORK – In the first one-on-one debate with Sen. Bernie Sanders, Democrat presidential primary rival Hillary Clinton assured her party she was “100 percent confident” nothing would come of the FBI investigation into her use of a personal email server to transmit classified information, attributing the controversy to a Republican political attack she described

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State Department staff didn’t realize Clinton office records were ‘retired’

State Department employees searching for records responsive to various Freedom of Information Act requests overlooked thousands of documents because they didn’t realize some records had been “retired” to State archives and because they misunderstood the scope of some electronic files belonging to aides to former Secretary of State Hillary