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Hillary Clinton Slept In, Missed Benghazi Briefing Days After Attack

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton slept in instead of getting an important intelligence briefing just days after the Benghazi terrorist attack.

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New Emails Show Hillary Slept Through Meeting Day After Benghazi Attacks

Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton slept in on Saturday following the Benghazi, Libya attacks, missing a staff meeting that was being set up about intelligence issues and the Presidential Daily Brief, according to a new batch of her emails released Thursday by conservative watchdogs Judicial Watch.

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Donald Trump, the Kevlar candidate — invincible despite hostile media

Even the pollsters now wonder if Republican front-runner Donald Trump is made of Kevlar, Teflon or maybe tempered steel.

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Taxpayers Foot Bill for Boehner’s Post-Speaker Office

The former House speaker, whose resignation from Congress became effective over the weekend, is taking advantage of little-known perks and privileges taxpayers provide by law to those vacating the chamber’s highest office.

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Family of American Killed in Benghazi Awaits Promised Funds

Family members of Glen Doherty, a C.I.A. contractor and a former Navy SEAL who was among four Americans killed in the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, said they felt a sense of closure when they were told last December that the agency had finally agreed to pay Mr. Doherty’s death benefits.

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Rep. Blackburn: Office Of Refugee Resettlement Not Being Honest Or Truthful

Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) tells Breitbart News that the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) is “not being truthful, honest and transparent.”

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Supreme Court Digs Into Redistricting

Evenwel, therefore, pits federalism against the right to vote—a right Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton told Bloomberg BNA protects all the other rights we have.

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With Legal Aid, Immigrant Advocates Turn Focus to Citizenship

With anti-immigrant sentiment soaring among Republican presidential candidates, and immigration reform stalled in Congress and the courts, New York advocacy groups, with the support of the Obama administration, are redoubling their efforts in one area they can control: citizenship. They are pushing to convert as many of the country’s 8.8 million green card holders

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Turkey: 8 suspected Isis terrorists trying to enter Germany as refugees arrested

Turkey has arrested 8 suspected Islamic State (Isis) militants at Islanbul’s Ataturk Airport after investigations revealed that the suspects were planning to enter Germany posing as refugees.

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Clinton Foundation Running Private Equity Fund in Colombia

The Clinton Foundation is operating a $20 million private equity firm in Colombia, raising concerns from government and consumer watchdog groups who say the practice is unusual and could pose a significant conflict of interest.

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Do Clinton Foundation Tax Refilings Cover Up Fraud?

Scandal: The Clinton Foundation has amended four years of tax forms due to “errors” in reporting foreign-government donations.

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Shaky Foundations

After endless delays and excuses, the Clinton Foundation released its 2014 tax return as well as amended returns for the previous four years and an audit of its finances.

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STILL TRACKING $70 MILLION TRIPS

“We have new records from the U.S. Air Force revealing that President Obama and family had a busy 2015, vacationing on the American taxpayers’ dime.

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The pursuit of justice?

“Unfairly targeted” and “disproportionately punished” appear to be the final rallying cry of the Obama administration.

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FBI has nearly 1,000 active Islamic State probes inside U.S., cops reveal

The Federal Bureau of Investigations has nearly 1,000 active probes connected to the Islamic State terrorist group inside the U.S., law enforcement officials claimed in a letter to President Obama.

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Hawaii Is Holding an Election That Only Allows People of Certain Racial Background to Vote

That would be federal district court Judge J. Michael Seabright (a George W. Bush appointee, surprisingly enough).

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Drip-drip, away: Judge rules Hillary e-mail releases to stick to planned schedule

A court handed Judicial Watch a small setback, but didn’t do any favors for Hillary Clinton, either. Earlier, Judicial Watch sued the State Department to force them to prioritize the review and release of Benghazi-related e-mails.

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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.