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Source: Clinton IT specialist revealing server details to FBI, ‘devastating witness’

Former Hillary Clinton IT specialist Bryan Pagliano, a key witness in the email probe who struck an immunity deal with the Justice Department, has told the FBI a range of details about how her personal email system was set up, according to an intelligence source close to the case who called him a “devastating witness.”

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Clinton Email Probe Enters Tricky Phase as Election Intensifies

Criminal investigation progresses, leaving some officials hopeful it could conclude in months

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US Soldiers Indoctrinated on Evils of ‘White Privilege’

A Freedom of Information Act request from Judicial Watch revealed that in April 2015, soldiers of the 67th Signal Battalion based in Fort Gordon, Georgia, were forced to attend a “white privilege” briefing, designed to coach them on how they have systemic privilege for being straight, white men.

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Judicial Watch President Says He ‘Can’t Imagine’ Hillary Clinton Not Being Prosecuted for Her Email Scandal

There is no way Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton does not get prosecuted for using a personal email server. So says conservative legal expert Tom Fitton.

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Why do candidates still talk about ’11 million illegals?’

From President Obama and Hillary Clinton on the left, to Donald Trump and Ted Cruz on the right, they all talk about what to do with the “11 million” illegal aliens residing in America.

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Army Seminar Warned Soldiers About The Dangers Of ‘White Privilege’

The government watchdog group Judicial Watch has obtained documents showing the U.S. Army held a seminar in April 2015 for 400 soldiers of the 67th Signal Battalion at Fort Gordon on “white privilege.”

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U.S. Soldiers Taught That America Privileges White Male Heterosexuals

Soldiers in the U.S. Army were subjected to a “white privilege” briefing last April during which they were advised that American society “attaches privilege to being white and male and heterosexual.”

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U.S. Army lectured soldiers on dangers of ‘white privilege’

Soldiers in the U.S. Army were subjected to a presentation on “white privilege” last April, during which they were told that American society “attaches privilege to being white and male and heterosexual” and were told it was their job to do something about it.

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Fact-checking Hillary Clinton’s town hall e-mail story

Catherine Herridge reports for ‘Special Report’

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‘Potential Criminal Charges’ Could Be On The Way To Hillary, Aides

A Department of Justice decision to grant immunity to Hillary Clinton’s top IT aide indicates officials are “considering potential criminal charges” against the former secretary of state or her aides, according to a source familiar with the investigation.

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Clinton emails carry risk of political consequences

The Justice Department will have to decide whether Hillary Clinton or any of her subordinates could face legal consequences for her use of a private email server.

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D.C. appeals court grapples with Congress’ ‘Obamacare exemption’

D.C. appeals court judges struggled Wednesday to see how a city resident could claim to have been harmed by Congress’s decision to label itself a small business for purposes of Obamacare.

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As Campaign Unfolds, So Do Inquiries Into Hillary Clinton’s Emails

WASHINGTON — As Hillary Clinton moves toward the Democratic presidential nomination, she faces legal hurdles from her use of a private computer server as secretary of state that could jar her campaign’s momentum in the months ahead.

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DHS Secretly Scrubbed 1,000 Names From U.S. Terror Watch Lists

The Department of Homeland Security removed the names of nearly 1,000 individuals suspected of terrorism ties from the U.S. terrorist watch list, according to newly released documents obtained by an advocacy group under a Freedom of Information Act request.

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The National Archives’ Unique Role in Resolving the Clinton Email Case

With the State Department set to release the final batch of Hillary Clinton emails on Monday, the agency charged with enforcing federal records management policy is continuing its own probe of the matter.

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Hillary Clinton ‘secret’ email count doubles as latest batch is released

The State Department on Monday deemed 23 more of former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s emails “secret,” more than doubling the number of messages she sent or received on her special account that have now been given that high level of classification.

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Final Clinton emails coming today

The State Department will release the final batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails on Monday, some 10 months after the process began.

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What if Clinton’s indicted?

Even if the odds are against her being charged, it’s a possibility that has become less easily dismissed than it was last spring, when it was confined to hopeful whispers in Republican circles.

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Senior Clinton aide maintained top secret clearance amid email probe, letters show

A senior Hillary Clinton aide has maintained her top secret security clearance despite sending information now deemed classified to the Clinton Foundation and to then-Secretary of State Clinton’s private unsecured email account, according to congressional letters obtained by Fox News.

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Scalia Took Dozens of Trips Funded by Private Sponsors

Antonin Scalia was the longest-tenured justice on the current Supreme Court and the country’s most prominent constitutionalist. But another quality also set him apart: Among the court’s members, he was the most frequent traveler, to spots around the globe, on trips paid for by private sponsors.