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Top Homeland Security Officials Under Fire for Personal Email Use

Newly released Homeland Security Department documents detail how Secretary Jeh Johnson and 28 other officials defied a security precaution against using Web-based personal email accounts at the office, the conservative legal group Judicial Watch announced on Friday.

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FBI under fire over Orlando

The FBI is facing new scrutiny after it failed to prevent the weekend terrorist attack in Orlando despite conducting a fairly extensive investigation into the shooter.

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EXCLUSIVE: Cryptic NY Filing Revealed Clinton Foundation Foreign Donations

Criticism of the the latest revelation concerning Clinton Foundation tax returns came from across the political spectrum.

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Opinion Journal: Clinton Emails Discussed Drone Strikes

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the latest developments in the Hillary Clinton private server investigation.

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Impact Segment: Fresh Trouble for Hillary Clinton

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the O’Reilly Factor to discuss the latest developments in former Secretary of Stat Hillary Clinton’s private email use.

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How Clinton Donor Got on Sensitive Intelligence Board

A Trump University seminar presentation advised students to try to boost their credit card limit by inflating their annual income by $75,000, according to documents made public in federal court this week. The instruction, legal experts said, could amount to a lesson in bank fraud.

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Clinton IT staffer plans to take the Fifth in civil deposition

A former State Department staffer who provided technical support for Hillary Clinton’s private email server plans to assert his Fifth Amendment rights at a deposition next week.

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Watchdog Group Fights Clinton Aide Who Doesn’t Want Deposition Videotaped

The legal watchdog group Judicial Watch filed its response to a motion to prevent any audiovisual recording of the deposition of Bryan Pagliano, a former aide to Hillary Clinton.

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Clinton staffer pleads the Fifth after Clinton says she is “delighted” that he would cooperate

A former State Department tech specialist intends to plead the Fifth at an upcoming deposition next week.

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Clinton’s Lawyer, Under Oath

The news out of last week’s Cheryl Mills deposition was that the Clinton confidante didn’t say much about Hillary’s email server.

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PROSECUTION OF HILLARY: IT’S STILL POSSIBLE

For WND readers who closely follow the daily news cycle, Judicial Watch has become a household name associated with unveiling and fighting widespread corruption in the Obama administration, the Clinton Foundation and with Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.

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Does Bryan Pagliano Pleading The Fifth Mean Hillary Is More Likely To Be Deposed In Judicial Watch Case?

Bryan Pagliano’s decision — revealed on Wednesday — to plead the fifth in a Judicial Watch deposition scheduled for next week leaves a huge void in the watchdog’s efforts to get to the bottom of Hillary Clinton’s private email arrangement.

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Opinion Journal: Hillary Email Scandal: What Did Cheryl Mills Know?

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the former Hillary Clinton aide’s deposition in a case concerning the former Secretary of State’s private server. Photo credit: Getty Images.

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Pathetic excuses and endless stonewalls: The Clintons’ version of the truth

In her sworn testimony made public this week, longtime Clinton aide Cheryl Mills proved that Team Hillary won’t give up an ounce of truth without a fight.

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Clinton aide blames email bungle on Benghazi, illness

Judicial Watch blasts ‘insulting’ excuses in Cheryl Mills’ deposition testimony

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Judicial Watch attorney on latest Clinton email developments

Judicial Watch attorney Michael Bekesha on the latest developments in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

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TOP HILLARY AIDE SUFFERS MEMORY LOSS IN DEPOSITION

Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff during her four years as secretary of state, demonstrated a repeated inability to recall key information about her former boss’s private, unsecured email server in a deposition with Judicial Watch, according to a 270-page transcript released Tuesday.

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More deaths blamed on ‘Fast and Furious’ amid new guns found

William La Jeunesse reports from Los Angeles

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DHS admits it’s still violating judge’s order on immigration amnesty

Homeland Security has discovered more three-year amnesty applications it approved in defiance of a federal judge’s firm injunction, lawyers told the court late Wednesday — less than a week after the judge delivered a vicious spanking to the administration for repeatedly bungling the case.

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Former Clinton aide Mills to testify in unrecorded session

Judicial Watch previews questioning over email system