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IGs form front line of war on waste and fraud, but weak links remain

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Obama Admits: ‘I Just Took an Action to Change the Law’

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House Intelligence report fails to address key facts, questions in Benghazi scandal

The House Intelligence Committee recently released a report on the Benghazi scandal. Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, said the report informed the American people, for the first time, that our government knew weapons were moving from Libya to Syria. Read the latest statements from Judicial Watch on the Benghazi scandal here. Judicial Watch will continue

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IRS Sued for Monitoring U.S. Churches

Judicial Watch recently filed a FOIA lawsuit against the IRS, seeking records of communications between the IRS and Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) regarding the agency’s monitoring of churches and other tax-exempt organizations for allegedly illegal political activity. According to Judicial Watch, the IRS targeted 99 churches, assuming they

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‘Sleep in his own bed’ cost taxpayers $295K

From a FOIA request,  Judicial Watch uncovered that American taxpayers were billed $1,539,402.10 for President Obama’s travel expenses during Labor Day weekend this year. The expenses entailed flights for fundraising trips to Westchester, New York, and Providence, Rhode Island, a round-trip flight from D.C. to Westchester, New York, for a wedding, and a

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‘Any Way We Can Fix Fox?’ Attkisson Exposes DOJ Fast & Furious Emails

Thanks to a court order, Judicial Watch received 10,112 Fast and Furious documents from the DOJ, which comprise of 42,000 pages. These documents were released due to Judicial Watch’s FOIA request and subsequent FOIA lawsuit, and reveal how seasoned reporter Sharyl Attkisson was slammed by the White House and the DOJ for…

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CIA gathered intelligence on weapons to Syria: Benghazi report

A House Intelligence Committee report revealed the Benghazi terrorist attack was incited by Al Qaeda affiliates, and weapons were moved from Libya to Syria. Through a FOIA lawsuit, Judicial Watch uncovered Benghazi documents that revealed the White House purposefully misled the American people on the Benghazi terrorist attack with deceptive talking points. Read

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Did George H.W. Bush really shield 1.5 million illegal immigrants? Nope.

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Emails show Obama administration targeted reporter over her coverage of ‘Operation Fast and Furious’ scandal

Judicial Watch received 10,112 Fast and Furious documents from the DOJ, which comprise of 42,000 pages, after Judicial Watch filed a FOIA request and subsequent FOIA lawsuit. These documents reveal Sharyl Attkisson was targeted by the Obama administration for uncovering Operation Fast and Furious. Read Judicial Watch’s press release on this…

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Top 10 Lies from Obama’s Nullification Speech

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Chaos if Republicans Don’t Withhold Funding for Obama Executive Amnesty

Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, told Breitbart News that GOP leaders in Congress have two choices when it comes to approaching President Obama’s executive amnesty: “fight or be complicit in lawlessness.” In relation to the current discussion on executive amnesty, Judicial Watch recently filed a FOIA lawsuit suing the DHS to

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Watered-down FOIA bill advances

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Exclusive: 3000 Unaccompanied Minors in Houston Schools

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Obama’s Unprecedented Amnesty

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GOP Rep. Hal Rogers’ Campaign Donor Stands to Profit from Executive Amnesty

Congressman Hal Rogers (R-KY) has a top campaign contributor, General Dynamics, that is on the “interested vendors” list of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to print ID cards, work permits and Social Security cards for illegal aliens as a result of President Obama’s executive amnesty. Judicial Watch’s president…

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Probes linger for years at House Ethics Committee

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FCC Sued over ‘Questionable’ Newsroom Study

Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit against the FCC to seek records relating to the agency’s “Critical Information Needs” (CIN) pilot study. This study, which was announced in May 2013 and suspended in February 2014, would have monitored news rooms on how they make editorial edits to their stories, a clear free…

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An ‘Impeachable Offense’?: Obama Expected To Unveil Executive Amnesty Plan Next Week

President Obama revealed his executive amnesty plan prior to issuing his executive order. In response, Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton said this is a direction from the White House to not enforce the law and would “lead to one of the greatest mass migrations in history.” President Obama’s executive order, issued…

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Obama’s immigration plan: 10 executive actions being weighed by the president

President Obama announced his 10-point executive action plan to advance executive amnesty. In response, Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton said this measure entails lawlessness and will bring about  “one of the greatest mass migrations in history.” Essentially, President Obama’s executive order prevents about 4.5 million illegal

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Ad Campaign Slams Supreme Court Secretiveness

A new ad campaign called “Fix the Court” seeks to make the Supreme Court of the United States more transparent, claiming it is the “most powerful,” yet “least accountable” government institution in our nation. This campaign, founded by Gabe Roth, seeks to make the justices’ decisions more open to the…