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Grieving Mom’s Heartache Turns to Fury as Obama Honors Immigrant, Ignores Dead Americans

A mother whose son was murdered by a criminal illegal alien slammed President Obama on Thursday for, what she described as, the “complete disregard we get as parents of children killed by illegals, who have reached out to our President.”

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Clinton lawyer balked at first effort to delete classified email

Hillary Clinton’s personal attorney balked at the State Department’s first effort to erase a newly-classified email from the thumb drive containing about 30,000 messages she turned over to her former agency, according to just-released correspondence.

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Watchdog: DPS hush about findings of Islamic State on the border

Is the Islamic State crossing the Mexican border and coming into Texas?

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5 months of Clinton emails missing

Judicial Watch files lawsuit for lack of disclosure, says she withheld information from the court

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Now-classified Clinton emails sitting on Google servers

Classified emails passed through commercial email services like Google and AOL on their path to or from a private server maintained by Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state, but so far, the government appears to have done little to retrieve or secure the messages.

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Opinion Journal: Hillary’s Missing Emails

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on a new twist in the former Secretary of State’s private server scandal. Photo credit: Associated Press.

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New bombshell: 5-month Gap in Hillary Emails

There are gaps totaling five months in the Hillary Clinton emails released by the State Department, the watchdog group Judicial Watch announced Monday morning.

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REPORT: MURDER ARRESTS UP 55%, RAPE ARRESTS UP 370%, IN ‘SANCTUARY CITY’ SAN FRANCISCO

Arrests for murder in San Francisco jumped 55% and arrests for rape jumped 370% between 2011 and 2015, during the time the city expanded its sanctuary city policies, according to new figures obtained by Judicial Watch.

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Exclusive: New Emails on Secret Benghazi Weapons

On the third anniversary of the Benghazi terrorist attack, emails reviewed by Fox News raise significant questions about US government support for the secret shipment of weapons to the Libyan opposition.

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DOJ to Judge: Hillary Right to Have Private Account, Delete Emails

Lawyers with the Justice Department on Thursday told a federal court that Hillary Clinton had the legal right to use her own email account and broke no laws in how she handled those messages, The Washington Times is reporting.

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Justice Department rules Hillary Clinton followed law in deleting emails

The Obama administration told a federal court Wednesday that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was within her legal rights to use of her own email account, to take the messages with her when she left office and to be the one deciding which of those messages are government records that should be returned.

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The feds already investigated Huma Abedin’s pay scandal but didn’t pursue it

Long time Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin has been very angry with Chuck Grassley over what she perceives as his attempts to ruin her reputation by asking questions about her pay stubs.

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Zero Dark Thirty filmmakers were nearly prosecuted for bribing CIA officers with Prada shopping sprees, pearl earrings and Michelin-starred dinners

The makers of Zero Dark Thirty were nearly prosecuted for bribing CIA officials with gifts in exchange for information whilst researching the Oscar-winning film.

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Lawsuit seeks answers on how Clinton lawyer got OK to store classified emails

While a number of lawsuits have been filed in federal courts across the nation by aggressive public-interest groups, such as Judicial Watch, Freedom Watch and other non-profits, a new lawsuit demanding that the U.S. State Department turn over information regarding the Hillary Clinton email firestorm was filed on Monday this time by a freelance journalist.

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Tequila, Painted Pearls, and Prada: How the CIA Helped Produce ‘Zero Dark Thirty’

On April 21, 2011, Mark Boal called the CIA to tell them he was going to Afghanistan. The previous year, the screenwriter had been at a dinner when CIA director Leon Panetta asked Boal to alert the agency if he ever traveled to the country. At the time, Boal was working on a movie called Tora Bora, about the CIA’s failure to capture Osama bin Laden in the

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First on CNN: John Kerry appoints email ‘czar’ for State Department

Secretary of State John Kerry has tapped a former career diplomat as an “email czar” to coordinate the State Department response to the myriad of document requests mostly related to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, which have strained the department’s resources, officials familiar with the appointment tell CNN.

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EDITORIAL: Justice Department needs to hold IRS accountable

In March 2013, then-U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder launched a criminal investigation into the actions of IRS employees — most notably Lois Lerner, then-director of the agency’s Exempt Organizations Division — who deliberately delayed and denied nonprofit status to conservative political groups to diminish their influence on the 2012 election.

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Clinton Admits She Destroyed Government Property

Scandal: The aide who set up Hillary Clinton’s email server will reportedly take the Fifth Amendment rather than testify before Congress.

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Second Review Says Classified Information Was in Hillary Clinton’s Email

A special intelligence review of two emails that Hillary Rodham Clinton received as secretary of state on her personal account — including one about North Korea’s nuclear weapons program — has endorsed a finding by the inspector general for the intelligence agencies that the emails contained highly classified information when Mrs. Clinton received them, senior

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Supreme Court case based in Md. could have wide impact

A little-noticed lawsuit brought by a Maryland man challenging the state’s contorted congressional districts will be heard this fall by the Supreme Court — where it has the potential to open a new line of constitutional attack for opponents of gerrymandering.