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Video: Tom Fitton on CBS Discussing Affirmative Action

August 3, 2017 – 2:07 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on CBS News discussing an internal memo by the Department of Justice regarding the Trump administration allegedly wanting to sue colleges based on their admissions policies, which have raised questions about affirmative action.

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Video: Did Huma send classified info over email?

August 02, 2017 – 3:45 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on the Fox News Channel discussing newly obtained emails from the Department of State detailing additional instances of Huma Abedin transmitting classified information and Clinton Foundation donors receiving special treatment from Clinton State Department. Watch

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Judicial Watch Goes to Court for More on Comey Memos

As you know probably know from earlier Weekly Updates, Judicial Watch is pursuing numerous additional FOIA lawsuits related to the surveillance, unmasking, and illegal leaking targeting President Trump and his associates during the FBI’s investigation of potential Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election. You can review some of them…

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Trump Should End Obama’s Bailout of Congress’s Health Care

Obama directed the Office of Personnel Management to issue a rule (78 Fed. Reg. 60653-01) purporting that Congress, which has thousands of employees, is a small business and therefore: “the DC Health Link Small Business Market administered by the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority, is the appropriate SHOP from which…

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ICE Agent Wounded in 2011 Cartel Ambush Will Revive Litigation Against U.S. Government

From The Washington Free Beacon: A former Immigration and Customs Enforcement Special Agent who survived a 2011 Mexican drug cartel ambush that left an American officer dead is moving to resurrect litigation against the U.S. government to force the release of records that could shed light on the events leading…

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$10 Million to Fund English Classes, Legal Services for Foreigners Seeking Citizenship

From CNS News: The U.S. government announced on July 27 that it will continue to spend millions of taxpayer dollars to fund English, history, and civics courses, as well as naturalization legal services to foreigners seeking legal American citizenship, according to Judicial Watch. According to a Homeland Security grant obtained by Judicial Watch, the $10…

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Video: Chris Farrell on Fox Business Discussing AG Session’s, Russia Probe, and DNC 2016 Campaign Activity

July 31 – 5:12 – Judicial Watch Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell on “Lou Dobbs Tonight” discussing Attorney General Sessions’ leak investigations, the latest on the Russia probe and calls for a second independent counsel looking into Democratic activity during the 2016.

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Watchdog Groups Seek Unredacted Subpoenas Issued During Clinton Email Investigation

Watchdog groups are suing the State Department and the National Archives for the unredacted grand jury subpoenas issued in the Clinton email investigation. Cause of Action and Judicial Watch filed a reply brief in the United States District Court Friday seeking the full record of subpoenas that were issued in an attempt…

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Watchdog Group Files Lawsuits to Get Records of McCabe, Wife’s Ties to Democrats

Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe has been the target of criticism related to his wife Dr. Jill McCabe‘s ties to Virginia Democrats, including donations to her State Senate campaign from an organization tied to Governor Terry McAuliffe and the Virginia Democratic Party. McAuliffe is a known associate of Hillary Clinton, so Republicans have cried conflict of

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Watchdog Group Files Lawsuits to Get Records of McCabe, Wife’s Ties to Democrats

From LawNewz: Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe has been the target of criticism related to his wife Dr. Jill McCabe‘s ties to Virginia Democrats, including donations to her State Senate campaign from an organization tied to Governor Terry McAuliffe and the Virginia Democratic Party. McAuliffe is a known associate of Hillary Clinton, so Republicans have cried

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Watchdog Groups Seek Unredacted Subpoenas Issued During Clinton Email Investigation

From the Washington Free Beacon: Watchdog groups are suing the State Department and the National Archives for the unredacted grand jury subpoenas issued in the Clinton email investigation. Cause of Action and Judicial Watch filed a reply brief in the United States District Court Friday seeking the full record of subpoenas that…

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Judicial Watch: More Evidence that Clinton State Dept Favored Clinton Donors

On July 14, government watchdog Judicial Watch released 448 pages of documents from the U. S. State Department indicating that Huma Abedin, the deputy chief of staff to then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2009-13), provided special treatment to Clinton Foundation donors. Among these documents were six email exchanges that Hillary Clinton…

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DHS Spent $21 Million on Conferences at the Expense of Border Security

While shocking stories were appearing in the news of Mexican cartels controlling hundreds of square miles of U.S. territory up to 70 miles north of the border, the Department of Homeland Security was spending millions of dollars on employee conferences — and hiding the total amount it was spending from government…

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Conservative watchdog group files lawsuit for metadata of Comey memos

Conservative watchdog organization Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice asking for the metadata of the memos written by former FBI Director James Comey about his meetings with President Trump. “We want to figure out when Mr. Comey wrote or edited his memos and how his…

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Judicial Watch Leads All Nonprofit FOIA litigants, Far Ahead Of ACLU

Conservative government watchdog group Judicial Watch is leading two liberal groups in an explosion of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits, seeking to force federal officials to publicize thousands of previously hidden documents, according to a new study by The FOIA Project. “Even a casual perusal of the plaintiffs in FOIA suits…

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With Mueller investigation, FBI gets chance to physically inspect ‘hacked’ DNC computers

Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel of the Russia election interference probe presents an opportunity for the FBI to inspect the Democratic Party computers that U.S. intelligence concluded were penetrated by Kremlin-directed hackers, cybersecurity analysts say. The Democratic National Committee did not allow the FBI to physically inspect its machines,

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Dramatic Rise in FOIA Lawsuits Filed by Nonprofit Advocacy Groups

The number of FOIA lawsuits filed by nonprofit and advocacy organizations has generally grown over the past two decades, irrespective of which political party was in office — from the George W. Bush administration, through President Obama’s eight years, and continuing during Donald Trump’s first months as president. These findings…

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Video: Obama CIA director calls for a coup if Trump fires Mueller

July 25, 2017 – 5:49 – Judicial Watch Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell on “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on the Fox Business Network discussing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and President Trump’s renewed push to investigate the Clintons.

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Video: Should the Clinton-Russian probe be reopened?

July 25, 2017 – 4:52 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on “Risk and Reward with Deirdre Bolton” with Liz MacDonald hosting on the Fox Business Network discussing President Trump’s renewed push to investigate Hillary Clinton.

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Video: Trump calls for further investigation into the Clinton-Russia probe

July 24, 2017 – 4:33 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on “Lou Dobbs Tonight” with Trish Regan hosting on the Fox Business Network discussing why Attorney General Jeff Sessions is not investigating Hillary Clinton.