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Judge rules for Clinton on emails

A federal judge on Friday sided with the State Department against a conservative legal advocacy group trying to speed up the government’s release of some Hillary Clinton emails.

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FBI expands probe of Clinton emails, launches independent classification review

The FBI has expanded its probe of Hillary Clinton’s emails, with agents exploring whether multiple statements violate a federal false statements statute, according to intelligence sources familiar with the ongoing case.

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Hillary Clinton’s claim that 90 percent of her emails were ‘in the system’

A number of readers have asked questions about Clinton’s assertion that 90 to 95 percent of the e-mails were in the State Department system.

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Clinton Signed NDA Laying Out Criminal Penalties for Mishandling of Classified Info

Dem presidential candidate and top aides signed NDAs warning against ‘negligent handling’ of classified information

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Judicial Watch trying to halt election that’s based on … race!

The government watchdog Judicial Watch on Thursday announced the filing of a motion to stop the scheduled count of votes.

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A Federal Judge Refuses to Stop a Jim Crow-Type Election in Hawaii

It’s bad enough having a state hold an election that is racially discriminatory. Now we have a judge willingly to allow it to move forward.

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Clinton Foundation spinoff reverses on refiling tax forms

An organization related to the Clinton Foundation has again reversed itself on fixing errors on its federal tax filings and now says it plans to submitted amended returns.

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Sen. Bob Corker Profits on Quick Stock Trades

In the course of his Senate career, Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee has made many short-term trades in shares of a little-known Chattanooga real-estate company.

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Marco Rubio spent lavishly on a GOP credit card, but some transactions are still secret

It has become legend in Florida political circles, a missing chapter in Marco Rubio’s convoluted financial story: two years of credit card transactions from his time in the state House, when he and other Republican leaders freely spent party money.

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Va. schools implementing gender identity policy changes without informing parents

Five months after the Fairfax County School board hastily moved to change its nondiscrimination policy to include “gender identity” without consulting parents, a series of new documents has revealed that school administrators had already begun implementing controversial transgender policy changes before the vote even took place.

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Hillary Clinton’s rogue agenda: Why Sid Blumenthal matters

After the media inexplicably dubbed Hillary Rodham Clinton the “winner” of the Benghazi hearings, her apologists dismissed a line of questioning into her unofficial adviser, Sidney Blumenthal.

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Obama Admin Refuses to Provide Info on Contract With Planned Parenthood Doc Selling Baby Parts

The Obama administration is refusing to provide information about the contract it has with a Planned Parenthood abortion practitioner caught selling the body parts of aborted babies in the very first video released by the Center for Medical progress.

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Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit against HHS for Planned Parenthood Records

Government watchdog group Judicial Watch announced today that it has filed a lawsuit against Health and Human Services (HHS) in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

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Watchdog chided CIA for Hollywood outreach

CIA officials did not take appropriate steps to properly protect secret information while pushing the agency’s image out to Hollywood, its internal watchdog warned in 2012.

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CIA’s interaction with Hollywood criticized in report

The CIA’s internal watchdog has criticized the spy agency for introducing Hollywood representatives to undercover officers and allegedly being careless in talking to them about agency secrets.

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CIA reportedly granted ‘secret level’ access to ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ filmmakers

The CIA may have mishandled “briefings, interviews, visits and other support” given to the entertainment industry, says a previously classified report, now declassified and provided to Judicial Watch under a Freedom of Information Act request.

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CIA watchdog criticizes agency’s dealings with Hollywood

Oct 28 The CIA’s internal watchdog has criticized the spy agency for introducing Hollywood representatives to undercover officers and allegedly being careless in talking to them about agency secrets.

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Bristol Palin says it is ‘crazy’ that girls ‘as young as ten’ are being given free birth control in almost half of U.S. states

Bristol Palin has claimed that it is ‘crazy’ for states to offer young women birth control for free and without a parent’s consent, on her blog.

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During Clinton tenure, State Department vetoed Bill Clinton events on Mideast

During Hillary Clinton’s tenure as America’s top diplomat, the State Department vetoed at least two planned events involving former President Bill Clinton due to concerns they could upset delicate Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, according to emails newly obtained by POLITICO.

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Was unarmed woman trapped when cops shot her dead?

Was an unarmed mother trapped, unable to escape and posing no threat, when federal officers unleashed a deadly barrage of 18 bullets – striking her dead in front of her toddler?