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Judicial Watch Submits FOIAs for Hillary Clinton Emails, Lawsuits Could Follow In Twenty Days 

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has submitted three Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests with the Department of State seeking access to the previously secret government emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, including any emails about the terrorist attack on the U.S. Benghazi…


Judicial Watch Sues for Hillary and Huma’s Egypt Emails

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the State Department seeking any and all communications – including emails – from then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her Chief of Staff Huma Abedin with Nagla Mahmoud, wife of ousted Egyptian…


Clinton email high jinks cast new doubts on scope of Benghazi ‘talking points’

In light of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, Judicial Watch noted that Hillary Clinton’s email address could not be found in the government documents it obtained from its FOIA lawsuit against the State Department regarding the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attacks. As a result, JW’s pending FOIA requests and lawsuits regarding the…


Did Hillary Commit a Felony?

In regards to the Hillary Clinton email scandal, Mrs. Clinton violated both the Federal Records Act and rules in the State Department’s manual by using a private email address to conduct official business as Secretary of State. In the case of Mrs. Clinton’s scandal, private emails must be retained on…


How Did The State Department Respond To Open Records Requests For Hillary’s Emails?

The State Department has claimed it cannot find Hillary Clinton’s email records of the personal email account she used when she was Secretary of State. However, that claim violates the regulations put in place by the Federal Records Act and the Freedom of Information Act and has hampered progress on…


JW: ‘Obama administration may have misled and lied about Clinton emails’

Judicial Watch claims the Obama administration deceived it by denying that Hillary Clinton was using a personal email account to conduct official State Department business as Secretary of State. As Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton notes, this scandal may have an impact on JW’s pending FOIA requests and lawsuits in relation…


Obamacare Battle Over Subsidies in Front of Supreme Court Wednesday

Last Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell, a case that is challenging the federal subsidies that have been forced onto states that did not set up exchanges under Obamacare. Thirty-five states did not set up exchanges, and Obamacare could be gutted substantially if the Supreme Court rules…


Emails draw Hillary Clinton into legal morass

Hillary Clinton’s use of multiple personal email addresses to conduct official State Department business as Secretary of State has been the subject of much discussion lately. State Department spokesperson Marie Harf says Clinton used those email addresses for unclassified purposes. Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, says this issue has…


New York Gov. Cuomo moves to erase state emails amid corruption scandal

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans to remove all state employee emails that are older than 90 days. This news comes after the arrest of Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, who took bribes and is the subject of an asbestos lawsuit. Cuomo’s plans have received criticism from Republicans and Democrats in New York’s…


Trouble: Liberals that attacked Republicans for their email troubles cannot defend Hillary Clinton

While she served as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton used her personal email address to conduct official State Department business. As a government official, Clinton should have used a government email address and thus would not have been susceptible to violating the Federal Records Act. Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton…

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