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Former DOJ Official: Email Case Against Hillary Clinton ‘Stinks To High Heaven’

Hillary Clinton is coming under pressure, as federal investigators question her top aides about the private email scandal that is haunting the former Secretary of State’s campaign for the presidency.

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E-mails about Clinton’s top IT staffer appear to be missing

Bryan Pagliano has no paper or electronic trail from his days working for Hillary; Catherine Herridge provides insight on ‘Special Report’

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MOOK JUKE REVEALED: Hillary’s Campaign Manager Held Political Adviser Role At Clinton State Dept.

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign manager Robby Mook served as an informal adviser at the State Department in early 2009, The Daily Caller can reveal for the first time.

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MOOK JUKE REVEALED: Hillary’s Campaign Manager Held Political Adviser Role At Clinton State Dept. [VIDEO]

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign manager Robby Mook served as an informal adviser at the State Department in early 2009, The Daily Caller can reveal for the first time.

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Clinton IT staffer’s hiring caused confusion among department managers

Bryan Pagliano, the former State Department IT specialist who managed Hillary Clinton’s private email server, was hired by the State Department as a political appointee — an unusual arrangement within his department that caused confusion among some managers.

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Decision time for FBI on Clinton

The FBI investigation swirling around Hillary Clinton’s presidential run appears to have entered its final stages.

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Wall Street ‘Whistleblower’ Analyst Exposes Clinton Foundation As “Charity Fraud”

The Wall Street analyst who uncovered financial discrepancies at General Electric before its stock crashed in 2008 claims the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has a number of irregularities in its tax records and could be violating state laws

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FBI, Justice Department Using Russian Password-Cracking Software

The Justice Department and FBI are using password-breaking software produced by a Russian technology firm set up by a cryptographer who attended a school linked to the KGB.

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Judicial Watch to question State Dept. staffers on emails

Conservative watchdog wins lawsuit in Clinton server investigation

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Clinton adversary: ‘Reason to doubt’ her story on emails

The public remains largely in the dark about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of State, according to the leader of an organization that is suing the Obama administration.

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Clinton Email Scandal: More Evidence State Department Was In On Cover-Up

Corruption: Last week it looked as if the State Department worked with Hillary Clinton to cover up her email trouble.

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Bob McDonnell’s strange bedfellows

The Supreme Court showdown over the conviction of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has done something quite rare in Washington these days: enticed Republican and Democratic politicians to make common cause.

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AP: Firms that paid for Clinton speeches had gov’t interests

‘Clinton Cash’ author Peter Schweizer and Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch react on ‘Hannity’

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Opinion Journal: Hillary’s Spin on Benghazi

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on newly released State Department emails concerning the 9/11 terrorist attack in Benghazi. Photo credit: Getty Images.

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This Feisty Nonprofit Could Be Hillary’s Biggest Problem To Win The White House

U.S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth confirmed Judicial Watch’s central role in exposing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email address and a home-brew server to conduct official business when he granted limited discovery to the conservative government watchdog March 29.

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How a Clinton insider used his ties to build a consulting giant

When Hillary Clinton became secretary of state she personally sought out a man named Declan Kelly to be her economic envoy to Northern Ireland, giving her 41-year-old former fundraiser a special status outside normal diplomatic channels.

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Intimidation through investigation

Everyone loves a winner, especially the winner himself. Reaching the top of the heap is a full-time job and once there, the successful feel entitled to stay there. That’s why political inquisitions are in full bloom across Barack Obama’s Washington.

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DOJ Employees in Ferguson and Trayvon Unit Used Taxpayer Cash for Airfare, Dentist Visits, and Dinners at Emeril’s

Justice Department employees in the DOJ Community Relations Service have reported gross mismanagement and corruption to Attorney General Loretta Lynch — but she has taken no action to investigate the problems.

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Bibles are being removed from Missing Man tributes at VA clinics and military bases. Why?

It really takes a special kind of low-life to desecrate a military display honoring prisoners of war and those missing in action.

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Few airports require employee screening before work

The head of the Transportation Security Administration appeared to acknowledge in a recent Capitol Hill hearing that only three U.S. airports require employees to go through screening checks before coming to work, even after reports surfaced that dozens of airport workers have potential terror ties.