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Judicial Watch Opposes Obama Administration Emergency Stay Request in Texas Amnesty Case

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced that it filed an amicus curiae brief in opposition to the Obama administration’s request for an emergency, expedited stay of a federal court order of a key component of President Obama’s executive amnesty. Specifically, it asked that the administration be allowed to implement the…

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Foreign donation slipped Clinton vetting process

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Documents Obtained by Judicial Watch Reveal Top Hillary Clinton Advisers Knew Immediately that Assault on Benghazi was Armed Attack

First “OpsAlert@State.gov” email at 4:07 PM on September 11, 2012, reports, “… diplomatic mission is under attack … 20 armed people fired shots; explosions have been heard as well … Stevens in the compound safe haven”    Email at 6:06 PM September 11, 2012, states terrorist group, “Ansar al Sharia…

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Press Conference on New Information on Hillary Clinton and Benghazi Scandal

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced it will host a press conference to discuss new information about what top officials in the State Department knew about the deadly terrorist attack on the Benghazi Special Mission Compound on September 11, 2012. Date:               Thursday, February 26, 2015 Time:          …

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Bubba’s buckraking points to more problems for Hillary

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Foreign governments gave millions to foundation while Clinton was at State Dept.

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Hillary’s State Department OK’d Bill’s big-money speeches

When Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, the State Department easily approved speeches Bill Clinton ultimately gave around the world. However, one speech that he planned to give in China received additional scrutiny from the department since the Chinese government was going to make money off of it or fund…

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Who’s been drinking at Border Patrol?

Recently, Judicial Watch released parts of an internal memo urging the Border Patrol to not arrest drunk drivers. The Border Patrol has suggested this to its agents so they would not be susceptible to legal liability. In response to this memo, Customs and Border Protection said it was “inappropriately released” to…

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Did Border Patrol tell agents to not stop drunken drivers?

Judicial Watch broke the story that Border Patrol agents in Tucson, Arizona, have been told to not detain drunk drivers. In an internal memo, Border Patrol agents are told arresting drunk drivers would result in greater legal liability and that they are not legally required to intervene in a state…

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Watchdog group accuses Roll Commission of ignoring transparency

On behalf of the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii, Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit against the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission regarding their  list of 122,785 Native Hawaiians. This commission seeks to rebuild a Hawaii Nation through this list, which was compiled without the consent of the people who are listed…


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