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New Clinton emails coming as questions about old ones swirl

State Department officials are set to release a new batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails Wednesday amid growing speculation that the government does not have a complete record of Clinton’s communications.

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New Batch of Clinton E-Mails Comes Due Amid Pile of Lawsuits

Thirty cases. Sinking poll numbers. A former Clinton White House adviser asks: Did Hillary learn the wrong lessons from Bill’s presidency?

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Chinese Magnate Is Accused of Lying About Millions in Cash He Brought to U.S.

When Ng Lap Seng, a Chinese real estate magnate, travels to the United States, he tends to do so in style — either flying commercial or on one of his private jets. And, the authorities say, he often comes with cash.

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Obama Administration Granted Asylum And Residency To 1,519 Foreigners With Terror Ties

The Obama administration granted asylum to more than 1,500 foreigners with ties to terrorist organizations last year because they were deemed to have provided support to the groups “while under duress.”

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Leadership Summit Panel: Illegal Immigration Crisis

On Monday September 14th, Judicial Watch hosted a panel at its Leadership Summit discussing the crisis of illegal immigration in the United States with Irene Garcia (Judicial Watch Investigative Reporter), Rep. Louis Gohmert (U.S. Congressman, TX-1), Andrew C. McCarthy III (Senior Fellow at National Review Institute), Robert Popper (Judicial Watch…

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Leadership Summit Panel: Clinton Corruption Challenge from Benghazi to Clinton Cash

On Monday September 14th, Judicial Watch hosted a panel at its Leadership Summit discussing the issue of Hillary Clinton’s corruption with Steve Bannon (Executive Chairman of Breitbart News), David Martosko (U.S. Political Editor for DailyMail.com), John Fund (Columnist for National Review Online and Senior Editor at The American Spectator), and…

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Tom Fitton’s Closing Remarks at the Judicial Watch Leadership Summit

Our inaugural Leadership Summit brought the corruption and government transparency crisis front-and-center with a full day of panels and speakers. Click the video below to see Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton give his closing remarks after a full day of discussion and fellowship at the Summit.

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Clinton Camp: Clinton did not sign form on Abedin job change

Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff —and not Clinton herself — signed a State Department form that helped another Clinton aide change to a job status that allowed broader private-sector employment, a Clinton campaign official said late Saturday.

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Circuit court remands terrorism case on grounds FBI withheld info of al-Awlaki investigation

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has remanded a post 9/11 terrorism case on the grounds that the FBI withheld evidence of its 2002 investigation into the first American on the CIA’s kill or capture list, Anwar al-Awlaki, as well as into a northern Virginia Islamic scholar, according to recently released federal court document.

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Slideshow: The Best of John Boehner Crying

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Hillary Clinton Email Inquiry Weighs if Aides Erred at ‘Send’

The email described a deteriorating situation in Libya, with snipers shooting people in the streets as rebels tried to unseat President Muammar el-Qaddafi and worried American diplomats in the midst of a “phased checkout” from Benghazi.

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Hillary’s FBI nightmare

The next question in the Hillary Clinton email matter is who will force the FBI to release any documents it may have retrieved from the 2016 presidential candidate’s homemade server — Congress or the courts?

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Why won’t the FBI come clean on what’s going on with Hillary’s emails? Mystery over G-men’s refusal to tell court what’s happening

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has thrown into chaos efforts to publicly release secret emails sent from Hillary Clinton’s private email server as secretary of state – and start ending the controversy that has dogged her presidential campaign all year.

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Server Farm

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On Hillary’s Emails It May Be Time To Investigate The FBI

Server-gate: Why isn’t the FBI cooperating in the face of a court order to examine Hillary Clinton’s emails?

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FBI accused of protecting Hillary Clinton over Clintonemail

The FBI is being accused of forming a wall around Hillary Clinton over the Clintonemail server. The latest battle happened in court yesterday when the FBI flat-out said no to the State Department on what information could be found on the email server, citing federal policy.

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Grassley blasts FBI over Clinton emails

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is blasting the FBI for rebuffing a judge’s request for information on the law enforcement agency’s investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email system.

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Officials: More work emails from Clinton’s private account

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has discovered a chain of emails that Hillary Rodham Clinton failed to turn over when she provided what she said was the full record of work-related correspondence as secretary of state, officials told The Associated Press Friday, adding to the growing questions related to the Democratic presidential front-runner’s

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FBI refuses to cooperate in Hillary Clinton email server probe

The FBI refused to cooperate Monday with a court-ordered inquiry into former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s email server, telling the State Department that they won’t even confirm they are investigating the matter themselves, much less willing to tell the rest of the government what’s going on.

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Supreme Court Should End Government Racial Favoritism

That’s what the apologists for race-based “affirmative action” said back in the 1990s when the Supreme Court began to rule against explicit quotas in college admissions and government hiring.