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Six batches of Clinton-related documents we’re still waiting to see

From The Washington Examiner: The State Department acknowledged Tuesday that it planned to provide the unspecified number of deleted emails to Judicial Watch, a conservative-leaning watchdog group.

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What’s in the latest Clinton email release

From Fox News: Aug. 16, 2016 – 4:09 – Judicial Watch Investigations Director Chris Farrell on the latest release of Hillary Clinton’s emails.

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State Department preparing to turn over Hillary Clinton’s emails recovered in FBI investigation

From The Washington Times: A court filing late last week says the State Department and Judicial Watch, which has fought for the release of Mrs. Clinton’s private emails, intend to negotiate a proposed production schedule for the emails recovered from Mrs. Clinton’s private server and are set for a status…

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State Department to provide Judicial Watch with newly uncovered Clinton emails

From CBS News: The announcement follows a separate Judicial Watch filing which revealed that an “entire disc” of information had not been included in the original batch of materials handed over by Secretary Clinton in December 2014. The records will be produced in accordance with a Freedom of Information Act…

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FBI Turns Over Secret Clinton Email Documents To GOP Lawmakers

From NPR: On the campaign trail, the issue of Clinton’s private server is unlikely to fade anytime soon. The FBI recovered tens of thousands of emails in the course of its investigation, which it has handed over to State for release to the conservative nonprofit Judicial Watch.

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Huma Abedin’s Overlapping Jobs Renew Focus on Clinton Conflicts

From Bloomberg: Abedin’s arrangement was questioned in a 2013 civil lawsuit by Judicial Watch, the conservative watchdog group, which pressed for documents under the Freedom of Information Act. After Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server when she was secretary of state became public, the group got the the case…

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State Department to turn over recovered emails from Clinton’s private server

From Fox News: The State Department has agreed to provide the watchdog group Judicial Watch with all emails sent or received by Hillary Clinton while serving as Secretary of State that were recovered from her private email server during the investigation by the FBI.

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A porous ethical wall between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department

From The Washington Post: Two email conversations revealed by the conservative activist organizationJudicial Watch show that staff on both sides of that wall were in contact. Both conversations involved Douglas J. Band, head of the Clinton Global Initiative in 2009, when the emails were written, and top Clinton aides. In…

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Obama administration provides Clinton’s first line of defense amid scandals

From The Washington Times: Mrs. Clinton has said she thought she had permission to use her secret account, though nobody at the State Department has acknowledged giving her approval — a discrepancy that Judicial Watch, which sued to get a look at the emails, says must be settled by Mrs.…

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State Department emails shed light on Clinton charity ties

From Fox News: Insight from Chris Farrell, director of research and investigations for Judicial Watch.

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Carl Leubsdorf: Voter ID fight is far from over

From The Commercial Appeal: Though he provided no evidence, Trump will soon be able to cite a forthcoming book by the president of the conservative legal group Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton, which alleges Justice Department efforts to block voting curbs could instead trigger widespread voter fraud.

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New developments in Hillary Clinton pay for play scandal

From Fox News: ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ examines the relationship between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation.

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Hillary Clinton’s Emails Continue to Threaten Campaign

From The Wall Street Journal: Hillary Clinton’s email controversy continues to drag on her campaign amid new revelations and complicated explanations.

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Hillary Clinton aide’s e-mails show State-foundation links

From the Associated Press: The emails released Tuesday by the conservative group Judicial Watch included a 2009 exchange in which Doug Band, a senior staff member at the Clinton Foundation, told a top Clinton aide at the State Department that it was “important to take care of” an individual, whose…

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EXCLUSIVE: Joint FBI-US Attorney Probe Of Clinton Foundation Is Underway

From The Daily Caller: The Clinton email probe was considered a “small cell” investigation, with FBI agents and NSD attorneys frequently conferring. Comey short-circuited the effort in early July by announcing that “no reasonable prosecutor” would try Clinton for the “careless” handling of classified material.

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Hillary’s Latest ‘Old News’

From The Wall Street Journal: Funny how the word “email” continues to haunt Hillary Clinton even as she dismisses every new revelation as “old news.” The latest new-old news comes in the release by Judicial Watch of 44 emails from her personal server that Mrs. Clinton failed to turn over…

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New revelations in the Hillary Clinton email scandal

From Fox News: Aug. 10, 2016 – 8:40 – Raising questions about relationship between the Clinton Foundation and State Department; ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ investigates

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Judicial Watch president on latest Clinton email dump

From Fox News: Aug. 10, 2016 – 3:50 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the latest release of Hillary Clinton’s emails.

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State Dept Releases More Emails Hillary Failed to Turn Over

From Fox News: The emails, which the Democratic presidential nominee failed to include among the 30,000 private messages she turned over to the government last year, show her interacting with lobbyists, political and Clinton Foundation donors and business interests as secretary of state.

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Clinton Aides Discussed If Outside Hack Could ’Affect’ Server

From Bloomberg Politics: Around March 2013, Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff when she was secretary of state, discussed whether the hack of the e-mail of a friend would affect her private e-mail, according to questions Mills answered for a conservative government watchdog group.