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Opinion Journal: Hillary’s Email Exposure

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton with an update on the investigation into the democratic front-runner’s private server.

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Judicial Watch: Obama Family’s October Weekend Fundraising Getaway to San Diego Cost Taxpayers $2,001,468.90 in Travel Expenses Alone

Known Travel Expenses Now Approaching $10 Million A Year (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained records from the U.S. Department of the Air Force revealing that the October 2015 Columbus Day getaway enjoyed by President Barack Obama and his family cost taxpayers $969,783.90 in flight expenses…

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Did Boehner punish GOP enemies by canceling travel?

Allegations that former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner withheld congressional travel privileges to retaliate against Republican opponents are behind a lawsuit by the Washington watchdog Judicial Watch demanding details of spending.

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Latest Hillary Clinton Email Dump Reveals Suggested Push for Palestinian Protests

Hillary Clinton’s personal email server continues to yield a treasure trove of information.

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Judicial Watch: New HHS Documents Reveal Security Concerns, Healthcare.gov Had No ‘Authorization to Operate’

Lack of ‘ATO’ Was ‘High Risk to Agency’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released over 1,000 pages of new documents that show federal health care officials knew that the Obamacare website, when it launched in 2013, did not have the required “authorization to operate” (ATO) from agency information security…

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Rep. Chaffetz to probe State Department’s transparency

House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz is launching a probe of the State Department’s responses to Freedom of Information Act requests amid heightened scrutiny of how they were handled during former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s tenure.

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Intelligence community watchdog reconfirms that dozens of Clinton emails were classified

The intelligence community believes that at least several dozen of the emails sent and received by Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state contained classified material, including intelligence material classified at the highest levels, according to a new letter by the inspector general.

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Hillary Confidant Hails Ghana’s 23-Cent Wage to Textile Investors

Cheryl D. Mills, long-time friend and confidant of Bill and Hillary Clinton, is promoting a 23 cents-an-hour wage in the West African nation of Ghana to lure textile and apparel industry companies to invest there even as the former secretary of state advocates a $15-an-hour “livable wage” here.

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Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit against Defense Department for Congressional Travel Records

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information (FOIA) lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia seeking records concerning travel costs for members of Congress.  The lawsuit includes records about official congressional delegation travel (CODEL), which often use Air Force…

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New email headaches for Hillary as judge orders release of 29,000 pages of private messages from top aide Huma Abedin

A federal judge has ordered the release of an archived trove of 29,000 pages of emails from one of Hillary Clinton’s top aides as secretary of state.


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