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Watchdog groups call on State Department to force Clinton to turn over her emails

A dozen watchdog groups sent the Secretary of State and the National Archivist a letter calling for the State Department to transfer all of Hillary Clinton’s emails containing federal records to them for review. These groups want to ensure that FOIA requests and lawsuits against the State Department are fulfilled. Hillary…

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State: No record Hillary Clinton signed exit form

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Watchdogs prepare for Sunshine Week

This week marks Sunshine Week, a time when media outlets, citizens, nonprofits, and schools seek to educate the American people about government transparency and accountability. It initiated with James Madison’s birthday on March 16, because Madison authored the First Amendment. Some groups are using this week to discuss proposed FOIA reforms.

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Hillary’s ‘email-gate’ now linked to whistle-blower’s description of State Department boiler-room operation set up to hide documents after Benghazi

Raymond Maxwell, former deputy assistant secretary for Near Eastern affairs in the State Department, informed Sharyl Attkisson of The Daily Signal that State employees had to remove any Benghazi-related documents from boxes located in the basement of the State Department. Clinton’s aides, including former chief-of-staff Cheryl Mills, oversaw this to ensure

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Hillary’s Email Defense Is Laughable

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Clinton camp issues clarification on deleted emails, claims ‘every’ message was reviewed

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Obamas take his and hers flights to LA

President Obama and Michelle Obama took separate flights to Los Angeles on Thursday last week to appear on two different shows–Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Ellen Degeneres Show. President Obama’s flight costed American taxpayers $2 million. From a 2014 FOIA request, Judicial Watch uncovered that American taxpayers are billed $206,337 for each…

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White House office to delete its FOIA regulations

The White House Office of Administration, which is responsible for presidential record-keeping, will no longer be subjected to the Freedom of Information Act. The White House, which made that change, said court rulings reaffirm its decision that this office does not need to be subjected to FOIA regulations. However, an…

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Clintons Cover-Up Team

While they worked for Hillary Clinton at the State Department, Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills used personal email addresses from Clinton’s private server. This news comes as the American public learns more about Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. In addition, Huma Abedin held private sector jobs on the side, and Cheryl…

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Getting Clinton’s Emails: Lawsuits, FOIAs From Associated Press and Judicial Watch Issued to State Department

Recently Judicial Watch filed several FOIA requests against the State Department relating to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. If the requests are not fulfilled by the State Department, Judicial Watch will file FOIA lawsuits to get the records its seeking. Meanwhile, the House Select Committee on Benghazi wants Clinton to testify…

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America is Losing the War Against Sunni Jihadists and Empowering The Shia Caliphate

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In wake of Hillary email flap, State won’t resist reopening FOIA case

Judicial Watch recently asked District Judge Emmet Sullivan to reopen a FOIA lawsuit against the State Department seeking records pertaining to Huma Abedin’s former employment status as a “special government employee” under former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In that capacity, she did consulting work on the side for Teneo…

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Hillary Clinton email scandal: State Department to reopen court case

The State Department has decided to reopen a FOIA lawsuit Judicial Watch closed last year regarding Huma Abedin’s emails. Judicial Watch decided to pursue this lawsuit again because the Hillary Clinton email scandal has revealed that the State Department did not do a thorough job searching email accounts in response…

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More Concerns About the Security Of Hillary’s Email Server

The private server Hillary Clinton used while she was Secretary of State was not encrypted for two months and was running obsolete versions of Outlook. In addition, Hillary Clinton has given mixed accounts of how many devices she used while she was in that position. Judicial Watch uncovered that she used…

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Report: The State Department Really Isn’t Good At Preserving Emails

About 1 billion emails were sent by State Department staffers in 2011, when Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, but the State Department only preserved less than 62,000 of those emails. In relation to Clinton’s email scandal, Clinton admitted at a press conference that she deleted nearly 32,000 emails from the private…

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Benghazi Committee Seeks Missing Clinton Emails

At a press conference, Hillary Clinton said she will not turn over the private email server she used as Secretary of State and admitted she deleted 32,000 emails from her server, which she said were “private” and contained unclassified material. The House Select Committee on Benghazi is asking for Hillary Clinton…

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New court filing accuses State Department of fraud for allegedly covering up top aide’s messages in Clinton email cover-up

Last Wednesday, Judicial Watch reopened a FOIA lawsuit regarding emails Huma Abedin sent while she was Hillary Clinton’s former top aide at the State Department. Judicial Watch decided to reopen this lawsuit as Hillary Clinton’s email scandal has been unfolding because Abedin’s emails were not thoroughly searched by the State Department.…

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‘Muslim Brotherhood princess’ used Clinton email server

Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s former top aide while she was Secretary of State, used an email address that was part of Clinton’s private server to conduct official business for the State Department. Abedin has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, and is the subject of a few FOIA requests and lawsuits…

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Did Hillary Clinton Destroy Subpoenaed Documents?

Besides the House Select Committee on Benghazi, Judicial Watch has been investigating the Hillary Clinton email scandal. Since it was discovered that Hillary Clinton conducted official business for the State Department on a private email server, Judicial Watch’s FOIA requests and lawsuits filed against the State Department have been impacted. Besides filing

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Hillary Clinton could face jail time as email scandal sparks legal challenges

According to open records experts, Hillary Clinton could go to jail for not disclosing emails on her private server that discussed classified material. She could potentially face 3 years in jail for each non-disclosed, classified email. Meanwhile, Clinton determined that nearly 32,000 emails were private and thus deleted them. Judicial Watch…



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