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Deal nears to speed release of Hillary Clinton emails

From Politico: Last week, a judge ordered the processing under the Freedom of Information Act of a relatively meager 1,050 pages of the FBI-found emails before Election Day. Government lawyers say the FBI turned over about 5,600 work-related Clinton emails to the State Department beginning in July, although some are…

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Here’s A List Of Obama Admin Officials Who Used Alternate E-Mails To Conduct Government Business

From The Daily Caller: The idea of using a fake name to communicate through e-mail is not an unusual one to Obama administration appointees. Clinton and even her daughter Chelsea obscured their names when communicating with one another. Chelsea went by the alias “Diane Reynolds” when talking to her mother…

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Three More Hillary Clinton Witnesses Were Given Immunity by FBI

From The Daily Beast: Those who received the deals were Clinton’s former State Department chief of staff and her attorney, Cheryl Mills; Clinton aide and lawyer Heather Samuelson; and John Bentel, who ran the State Department’s information resources management office when Clinton served as secretary.

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Most of Clinton’s Recovered Emails Will Be Released After Election Day

From The Wall Street Journal: The judge set the new timetable, which previously was expected to play out in the coming weeks, after acknowledging that the State Department was struggling to manage the burden of dozens of lawsuits and thousands of requests for records from Mrs. Clinton’s time in office.

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Clinton deleted at least 2,800 work-related emails

From the Washington Examiner: Of the 15,000 emails collected by the FBI, 9,400 were deemed personal in nature and will be withheld by the government. Up to 50 percent of the remaining 5,600 emails could be duplicates of documents already made public by the agency, leaving at least 2,800 official…

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State Dept Must Release Some, Not All, Hillary Emails Before Election Day

From Legal Insurrection: The department insisted to judges that officials needed until at least October 14 to sift through the emails. Boasberg now states the employees “must process 1,050 pages of emails between now and November 4, releasing any non-exempt documents aside from those that are determined to be duplicates…

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Judge sets modest pace for release of FBI-found Clinton emails

From Politico: The pace of release ordered by a federal judge Friday is far slower than the State Department managed last year when it was disclosing as much as 7,000 pages per month from the roughly 54,000 pages of email records Clinton provided to her former agency at the end…

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Majority of Clinton’s Retrieved Emails to Be Released After Election

The Washington Free Beacon: There are two other court-ordered email releases set before the election. The first batch will be on Oct. 7, followed by another one on Oct. 21 before the Nov. 4. deadline. Every month afterward the State Department will have to release 500 pages of material. The emails…

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The Immunized Five: Meet The People Covering For Hillary

From The Daily Caller: On Friday, the FBI, in response to a subpoena, gave the House Oversight Committee information about immunity agreements reached as part of the Clinton email investigation. The list included a total of five names, including two Clinton attorneys.

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House panel approves contempt resolution against Clinton aide

From the Washington Post: Pagliano failed to attend a related hearing on Sept. 13 to answer questions about Clinton’s record-keeping, noting he previously invoked his constitutional right against self-incrimination when asked about the same topic by the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

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Networks ignore Clinton Foundation conflict-of-interest issues in 95% of coverage: Report

From The Washington Times: “The Clinton Foundation has been such a source of conflict during the 2016 presidential election that print media outlets and even some Democrats said the Clinton family should actually leave the foundation,” wrote Alatheia Nelson, an analyst for Newsbusters.org. She pointed out in a new report…

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Bill Clinton on CGI legacy: ‘You have to keep this alive’

From Politico: In a personal speech defending his legacy at the Clinton Global Initiative — from its humble roots in his Harlem office to the international, star-studded conference it has become — the former president pleaded with the crowd Wednesday evening that the work couldn’t end. “You have to keep…

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Video: Will Your Vote Really Count? – Assuring the Integrity of the American Election Process

From The Heritage Foundation: Free and fair elections are the key to preserving our democracy. Every American citizen who is eligible should be able to vote, but it is equally important that every citizen’s vote not be diluted or stolen through fraud, especially fraud that could change the outcome of…

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Can the Unthinkable Happen?

From The New York Review of Books: But these points are somehow never quite as reassuring as they ought to be. They struggle for traction in a media environment that helped Trump during the primary season and that has continued to do so, not because any leading news organizations are…

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Bill Clinton Admits: Some Gave to Clinton Foundation for Favors

From Breitbart: The Clintons’ ties to Haiti have come under closer scrutiny since Breitbart editor Peter Schweizer’s bestselling book Clinton Cash exposed the Clintons’ role in commandeering reconstruction efforts after the January 2010 earthquake. Bill Clinton and Bellerive were appointed to chair the Interim Haitian Relief Committee (IHRC), which received

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Judicial Watch Exposes Obama Administration Scandals (Author Interview: Tom Fitton)

From Townhall: The man responsible for keeping the Obama Administration honest is Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch. In our exclusive author interview, he discusses his new book Clean House: Exposing Our Government’s Secrets and Lies. Judicial Watch is credited for unearthing Obama administration scandals including important information about Benghazi, Fast

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Clinton doubles down on secrecy as race tightens

From Washington Examiner: Hillary Clinton and her allies dodged a growing set of questions this week over her private email use, her recent health scare and her family’s foundation, even as polls showed Donald Trump closing the gap with voters both nationally and in key battleground states.

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Video: Opinion Journal: Washington’s Government Watchdog

From the The Wall Street Journal: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on his new book, “Clean House,” and why government needs private oversight.

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Documents appear to implicate State Dept. in cover-up on Clinton emails

From The World Tribune: The State Department documents were obtained by Judicial Watch under court order in a March 2016 FOIA lawsuit against the agency for all records “about the processing of a December 2012 FOIA request filed by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington [CREW]” (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department…

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Video: Clintons pay-to-play allegations grow

From Fox Business: Michael Bekesha, Judicial Watch attorney, discusses allegations against Hillary Clinton and a pay-to-play scandal at the Clinton Foundation.