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Obamacare Battle Over Subsidies in Front of Supreme Court Wednesday

Last Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell, a case that is challenging the federal subsidies that have been forced onto states that did not set up exchanges under Obamacare. Thirty-five states did not set up exchanges, and Obamacare could be gutted substantially if the Supreme Court rules…

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Emails draw Hillary Clinton into legal morass

Hillary Clinton’s use of multiple personal email addresses to conduct official State Department business as Secretary of State has been the subject of much discussion lately. State Department spokesperson Marie Harf says Clinton used those email addresses for unclassified purposes. Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, says this issue has…

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New York Gov. Cuomo moves to erase state emails amid corruption scandal

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans to remove all state employee emails that are older than 90 days. This news comes after the arrest of Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, who took bribes and is the subject of an asbestos lawsuit. Cuomo’s plans have received criticism from Republicans and Democrats in New York’s…

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Trouble: Liberals that attacked Republicans for their email troubles cannot defend Hillary Clinton

While she served as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton used her personal email address to conduct official State Department business. As a government official, Clinton should have used a government email address and thus would not have been susceptible to violating the Federal Records Act. Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton…

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Hillary Clinton’s Contempt for Transparency

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Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email Account at State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules

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Obama threatens immigration and border agents who enforce the law

At an MSNBC-hosted town hall event, President Obama requested for ICE, Border Patrol, and Homeland Security Investigations to abide by his executive amnesty plans. He said all officials in these government entities will be forced to comply with these plans, and believes Congress must pass a law reflecting his plans…

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Emails Show State Department Aides Knew Early On Benghazi Attack Had Terror Ties

After filing a FOIA lawsuit against the Pentagon regarding the 2012 Benghazi attacks, Judicial Watch obtained documents revealing then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her top aides knew Ansar al-Sharia attacked the U.S. consulate. In addition, they knew Ansar al-Sharia took credit for its actions on social media. Despite all of that,…

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Pentagon doc suggests secret U.S. detention facility

There have been claims that the CIA was running an interrogation center at the CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya, prior to the 2012 terrorist attacks. These claims assert Libyan militia members were being held at this prison, but a CIA spokesperson has denied these claims. In relation to this, Judicial…

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Finally, Suing IRS Over All Those Emails

Judicial Watch filed a new FOIA lawsuit asking for “any and all records related to the destruction of damaged hard drives from IRS employee computers from January 1, 2010, to the present.” This lawsuit focuses on the records of these destroyed hard drives in another JW lawsuit. Meanwhile, the Treasury…

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Congress’ Obamacare self-exemption OK, judge rules

D.C. Superior Court judge Herbert B. Dixon Jr. recently dismissed Judicial Watch’s FOIA lawsuit challenging Congress’ illegal enrollment in D.C.’s Small Business Exchange. Dixon stood by the Office of Personnel Management’s ruling, which claims federal law trumps D.C. law on this matter, even though the D.C. government admitted Congress

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Judge Dismisses Obamacare Lawsuit Targeting Congressional Health Care

DC Superior Court Judge Herbert B. Dixon Jr. dismissed a FOIA lawsuit Judicial Watch filed on behalf of DC resident Kirby Vining regarding Congress’ enrollment in the DC Small Business Exchange. Although the DC government acknowledged that Congress is not a small business under DC law, it cited a 2013 Office…

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Judicial Watch FOIA: State knew Ansar al-Sharia claimed Benghazi attack in first hours

Judicial Watch recently obtained emails from the State Department revealing that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her top aides knew that Ansar al-Sharia caused the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack. Despite that, Clinton told the American people the attack was caused by a spontaneous riot in response to a YouTube video…

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Emails prove Hillary ‘terror’ lie in Benghazi

After filing a FOIA lawsuit against the State Department regarding the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, Judicial Watch received a trove of emails that reveal then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her top aides knew the attack was caused by a group affiliated with al Qaeda. Despite being informed of this,…

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Hillary Clinton’s Top Aides Knew from First Minutes that Benghazi Was a Terrorist Attack, E-mails Disclose

Judicial Watch recently obtained email exchanges showing then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s top aides knew who caused the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack. Despite this, Clinton proceeded to blame the attack on the Benghazi compound on a YouTube video criticizing Islam. In fact, Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s then-Chief of Staff, advised State…

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Judicial Watch president talks ‘smoking gun’ emails on Benghazi

From a FOIA lawsuit filed against the State Department, Judicial Watch obtained new documents showing then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s advisors knew of the terrorist attack on the Benghazi consulate in 2012. That knowledge came from email exchanges among them obtained by Judicial Watch. Despite that, Clinton issued a fallacious…

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Foreign donation slipped Clinton vetting process

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Bubba’s buckraking points to more problems for Hillary

Bill Clinton’s speeches made during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State have been the subject of much discussion recently. A speech Clinton would have made in Shanghai, which would have been funded through the charity of hedge fund manager Kai Jiang’s wife, is receiving the most scrutiny. Judicial Watch and Washington

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Foreign governments gave millions to foundation while Clinton was at State Dept.

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Hillary’s State Department OK’d Bill’s big-money speeches

When Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, the State Department easily approved speeches Bill Clinton ultimately gave around the world. However, one speech that he planned to give in China received additional scrutiny from the department since the Chinese government was going to make money off of it or fund…



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