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Second judge opens door to depositions in Clinton email case

A second federal judge is opening the door to allowing current and former federal officials to answer questions under oath as part of the legal battle over Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

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Group seeks Obama, Rahm interviews in Blagojevich probe

Judicial Watch, a Washington D.C., conservative group that has doggedly pursued records involving government officials since the Clinton administration, filed a lawsuit seeking records from the FBI’s investigation of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich that relate to President Barack Obama, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Obama aide Valerie Jarrett.

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Federal judge allows further digging in Clinton email lawsuit

A second federal judge has ruled that a conservative group should be allowed to dig deeper in its quest for emails sent by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in a decision Tuesday that could allow the group to seek more documents and depositions from current and former State Department officials.

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Plaintiffs In Hillary Clinton Records Case Get a New Boost

A second federal judge Tuesday granted a conservative group the right to gather evidence in connection with its effort to access some of Hillary Clinton’s records from her time at the State Department.

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State Department Loses Another Round in the Clinton Email Fiasco

In a second loss in less than two weeks, a federal court has once again ruled against the Obama administration, this time in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) tussle with Judicial Watch over the Clinton email fiasco.

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Hillary Clinton email stories ‘constantly shifting,’ judge says

Former Secretary Hillary Clinton and her State Department colleagues have given “constantly shifting” stories about her secret email account, a federal judge said Tuesday, finding there’s evidence the Obama administration showed “bad faith” in how it followed open-records laws.

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Clinton Email Scandal: How A Biased Press Tried To Ignore It

Media Bias: The Washington Post led its Monday paper with a story titled “How Clinton’s Email Scandal Took Root.” What it revealed was that, left to the mainstream press, the story might never have hit the ground.

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While Her Email Troubles Mount, Another ‘Draft Indictment’ From Clinton’s Past Could Surface

As the federal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server appears to intensify, a government watchdog group is suing to obtain the “draft indictment” from a past scandal.

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How Clinton’s email scandal took root

Hillary Clinton’s email problems began in her first days as secretary of state. She insisted on using her personal BlackBerry for all her email communications, but she wasn’t allowed to take the device into her seventh-floor suite of offices, a secure space known as Mahogany Row.

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‘It’s been a secretive, bungled investigation’: Conservative group goes after Benghazi panel

The House Select Committee on Benghazi has faced plenty of criticism from the left. Now it’s taking some heat from the right.

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New documents refute Hillary Clinton’s secret email server timeline

Documents confirm Hillary Clinton was using her secret email server before the March 18 start date she previously claimed, and the State Department had access to some of the messages all along but didn’t notice, a conservative legal watchdog said Thursday.

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Clinton Email Scandal: Here’s One Thing Hillary Was Trying To Hide

Newly released documents reveal part of what Hillary Clinton was hoping to hide by using a personal email account for official government business. With the Clintons, it’s all about building an empire.

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Here’s Everything We Know So Far About Hillary’s Shady BlackBerry Use

Much of the focus on Hillary Clinton’s email use as secretary of state has focused on the mystery that is the private email server that was set up in the basement of her New York home. But Clinton’s BlackBerry — which was not issued by the State Department — is also a crucial piece of the puzzle.

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Obama administration’s ‘continuous resistance’ in IRS targeting case slammed by federal appeals court

A federal appeals court Tuesday slammed the IRS for what it called three years of “continuous resistance” to turning over documents in connection with a class action suit brought by tea party groups singled out for months of delays, excessive paperwork and scrutiny as they sought tax-exempt status in 2010.

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State Dept. still lacks staffers to process Hillary Clinton’s emails

The State Department is still struggling to hire enough staffers to review all of the open-records requests being filed for emails and other documents from former Secretary Hillary Clinton and her top aides, the department admitted in a court filing Tuesday night.

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Marines brace for mandatory sensitivity training

If you need more proof that the Obama administration has turned the greatest fighting force on the planet into a social engineering petri dish, just consider what’s about to be forced upon the Marine Corps.

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Hillary Has an NSA Problem

For a year now, Hillary Clinton’s misuse of email during her tenure as Secretary of State has hung like a dark cloud over her presidential campaign.

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Judge Garland Shielded White House Visitor Logs From Disclosure

Transparency advocate calls 2013 decision ‘the epitome of judicial activism.’

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Opinion Journal: What Hillary Knew About Email Security

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on new evidence that proves the former Secretary of State was aware of security concerns about her email practices.

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Emails: Clinton sought secure smartphone, rebuffed by NSA

Newly released emails show a 2009 request to issue a secure government smartphone to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was denied by the National Security Agency.