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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.

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Census: Record 42.1 million immigrants in U.S., Mexicans drive latest surge

A new analysis of legal and illegal immigrant counts by the Census Bureau revealed Thursday that there is a record 42.1 million in the United States, an explosion that is being driven by Mexicans flooding across the border.

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All Emails Were Provided, Hillary Clinton Says in Statement

The filing was made in connection with a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by the conservative group Judicial Watch against the State Department. The group is seeking government records related to the employment status of a close aide to Mrs. Clinton, Huma Abedin.

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Clinton Email Scandal: Cheryl Mills To Judge — Drop Dead

Judicial Watch, which has been forcing the State Department to release the Clinton emails through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, calls this “one startling revelation.”

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What Presidential Candidates Can Learn from Chris Christie About the Drug Problem

In reality, those in prison for drug offenses are overwhelmingly drug dealers; they are traffickers selling drugs—large amounts—and most often with long criminal careers. It is the right public policy for these people to be in prison, because of the harm that they cause to others. They create victims, and society is right to stop them.

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CAWG Leads Coalition Calling for Ethics Inquiry over Questionable Obamacare Enrollments

The signatories* of the organizations listed below respectfully request that the Senate Select Committee on Ethics investigate the senators and/or staff members that may have broken laws and committed fraud to enable senators, Senate staffers, and their families to purchase health insurance on the District of Columbia’s Small Business Exchange.

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State Dept. blocked FOIA, congressional requests at Obama’s request dozens of times

State Department officials sent the White House as many as 34 different sets of internal documents that had been requested by Congress or under the Freedom of Information Act so the president’s staff could review them for potentially embarrassing information.

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Renovation Costs For Feds’ Consumer Agency Hit ‘Trophy’ Luxury Levels

“DC may be the only place on Earth where it is considered ‘reasonable’ for a federal bureaucracy to spend over $200 million to renovate a building it doesn’t own — a full $50 million more than the building is worth,” Duffy said. “I doubt that my constituents back home, who are ultimately on the hook for this boondoggle, hold the same view.”

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Obama Providing Extra Million Alien Work Permits Annually

The Obama administration has issued more than 7.4 million work permits to foreign nationals from 2009 – 2014, beyond the approximately one million lawful permanent residents and 700,000 foreign guest workers admitted to the U.S. each year.

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Poll: Americans, 4 to 1, choose religious freedom over gay rights

71 percent of Americans want the nation to produce “a commonsense solution that both protects religious freedom and gay and lesbian couples from discrimination.”

But by a margin of 4 to 1, they will pick religious freedom and liberty over gay rights in a culture war.

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FBI looking into the security of Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail setup

The FBI has begun looking into the security of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private e-mail setup, contacting in the past week a Denver-based technology firm that helped manage the unusual system, according to two government officials.

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Barack and Valerie’s great Communist Party marriage

[T]he fine work of Judicial Watch, which has obtained by FOIA request the FBI files of three crucial figures who formed Valerie Jarrett, Obama’s most intimate adviser. The three are Jarrett’s father, James Bowman, her father-in-law, Vernon Jarrett, and her grandfather, Robert Rochon Taylor. Judicial Watch has posted these documents online …

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Hillary’s Two Races: To Keep Ahead of the Investigators, and to Win the White House

Last week, we learned more about the extent of the Clinton cover-up. Acting on a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch, federal Judge Emmet Sullivan, a Bill Clinton appointee, cracked down on the delay tactics exercised in the effort to build a moat around her e-mails. He ordered Clinton and two of her closest aides, Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, to “describe, under

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U.S. intel fears hundreds of secrets leaked in Hillary’s private emails

The U.S. intelligence community is bracing for the possibility that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private email account contains hundreds of revelations of classified information from spy agencies and is taking steps to contain any damage to national security, according to documents and interviews …