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New York Times alters Clinton email story

After posting their story about Mrs. Clinton’s emails being referred by two inspectors general to the Justice Department for a criminal probe, the New York Times made subtle changes to the headline and parts of the story to shift the focus from her involvement. Yet more attempts by the liberal media to protect Mrs. Clinton.

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Criminal Inquiry Is Sought in Clinton Email Account

The New York Times reports that two Obama administration inspectors general have asked the Justice Department to open a criminal probe into Mrs. Clinton’s email usage. They declared that her use of her non-State Department server to send and receive classified information may have violated federal law.

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Hillary Email Gaps Hide ‘Pay For Play,’ Benghazi Truth

The Clinton email scandal hides a “pay for play” scheme. There are massive gaps represented in the emails provided by the State Department in response to Judicial Watch’s requests for documents.

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State withheld two Benghazi emails from House investigators

Hillary Clinton’s aides still have not provided Congress with Benghazi-related emails. The specific content of the emails could reveal even more about Hillary Clinton’s role in the response to the Benghazi attack.

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State has not turned over 2 Benghazi-related emails to Congress

The Benghazi Select Committee has confirmed that the State Department has not provided it with two Benghazi-related emails between Hillary Clinton and her aides prepping her for the response to the Benghazi attack. Judicial Watch is at the center of forcing these emails to light.

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Double trouble? IRS lawyer now heads Clinton email production

It seems like all the executive agencies are intent on stonewalling Judicial Watch’s investigations. Now we learn that Catherine Duval, the IRS lawyer at the center of the Lois Lerner email scandal, is now headed to the State Department to manage the release of Hillary Clinton-related documents.

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Benghazi panel probes Sidney Blumenthal’s work for David Brock

The Select Committee on Benghazi interviewed longtime Clinton aide and confidant Sidney Blumenthal Tuesday. Blumenthal, it seems, has long operated on behalf of the Clintons, attempting to protect them from accountability.

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The Benghazi Bonanza: A Bipartisan Scandal

Judicial Watch’s Micah Morrison writes about what appears to be the bipartisan nature of the Benghazi scandal, with former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers being referred to in recently released documents. Judicial Watch will keep investigating.

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House GOP moves to punish State Department over Benghazi delays

The State Department has long dragged its feet on releasing documents regarding Hillary Clinton and other State leader’s involvement in the Benghazi response. Congressman Trey Gowdy, chair of the Select Committee on Benghazi, however, has now offered an incentive to State to be more transparent; that incentive is comply with document requests or lose

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Federal judge agrees to reopen Hillary Clinton email lawsuit

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “America’s Newsroom” on Fox News today to discuss an unprecedented move by the federal courts — a judge-ordered reopening of a FOIA lawsuit seeking documents from Hillary Clinton’s secret email server.

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Benghazi Emails Show That Clinton’s Aides Used Private Accounts


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