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Clinton Is Defiant as Email Cases Loom

On Thursday, government lawyers will spar with Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, over whether U.S. officials are making a good-faith effort to find government correspondence involving Mrs. Clinton and her senior staff.

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Native Hawaiian Campaign Roils Voters

A group trying to elect delegates to a constitutional convention to create a self-governing entity of Native Hawaiians is discriminatory and unconstitutional, voters claim in Federal Court.

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Hawaiian sovereignty issue returns to the courtroom

[A] new push to hold a Hawaiian-only election to elect Hawaiian-only delegates

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Backup Server would be very bad news for Hillary

As I mentioned in prior posts, from the very start Hillary Clinton’s email and server stories were inconsistent and self-contradictory.

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Investigation: Collusion Between Terrorists and Mexican Cartels is a Threat to U.S.

Muslim terrorists are using Mexican drug cartels to infiltrate the U.S. southern border to plan attacks on the United States from within, according to Sun City Cell, a documentary produced in collaboration between Judicial Watch and TheBlaze TV.

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Hillary’s email problems just won’t go away

Hillary Clinton’s email problem is a “drip,drip,drip” that just won’t stop. On Monday, it turned into a steady trickle.

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C-SPAN: Chris Farrell on Hillary Clinton’s Emails

Christopher Farrell talked about the release of emails Hillary Clinton sent while secretary of state, as well as her decision to turn the electronic mail server over to the Justice Department.

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New Clinton email count: 305 documents with potentially classified information

Judicial Watch, a conservative public interest law firm that has sued to get a look at those communications, said the department has refused to say how thorough its search has been despite Judge Emmet G. Sullivan’s demands for more information.

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Hillarymail ‘Chain of Custody’ Request May Lead To Indictments

Department of State officials refused to identify to a congressional committee the “chain of custody” — the complete list of people who had access to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server, according to The Daily Caller News Foundation’s investigation.

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Hillary’s email firm was run from a loft apartment with its servers in the BATHROOM, raising new questions over security of sensitive messages she held

The IT company Hilary Clinton chose to maintain her private email account was run from a loft apartment and its servers were housed in the bathroom closet, Daily Mail Online can reveal.

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Federal lawsuit filed to block Native Hawaiian election

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FBI to start efforts to recover data from Clinton’s email server

A federal judge overseeing the public release of Mrs. Clinton’s emails as part of an open records case filed by Judicial Watch issued an order Thursday requiring the State Department to include in a status report

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Clinton aides agree not to delete work-related records

The pledges from Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills are contained in court documents submitted by the State Department this week as a part of a public records lawsuit brought by the conservative group Judicial Watch.

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FBI Said to Examine Whether Hillary Clinton E-Mail Was Backed Up

The FBI is seeking to determine whether data from Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server may still exist elsewhere, a U.S. official said.

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All the Secretary’s Women

Hillary Clinton has made a career of stiff-arming Congress, inspectors general and the press. So it looks like it’s up to the courts and law enforcement to get to the bottom of her email scandal.

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How did Hillary’s lawyers search a server no longer in her possession

There is a time gap which may hold the key to Hillary’s hide-and-seek email game.

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Clinton aides vow to keep old State Department emails

Lawyers for Cheryl Mills, who was Clinton’s State Department chief of staff, and Huma Abedin, another top aide, told the State Department on Wednesday that they will follow U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan’s directive that they not delete federal records — which primarily means emails — in their possession.

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Official: Clinton ‘inner circle’ may have stripped email classification markings

The latest revelations about top secret information traversing Hillary Clinton’s private email server have triggered accusations that someone in her “inner circle” likely stripped the classification markings, illegally.

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The Spy Satellite Secrets in Hillary’s Emails

These weren’t just ordinary secrets found in Clinton’s private server, but some of the most classified material the U.S. government has.

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Hillary Clinton emails contained signal intelligence from spy satellites

The revelation that Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private emails contained sensitive information derived from spy satellites and signal intelligence undercuts her defense that she had no reason to believe she was dealing with classified information, security experts say.