Contrary to claims made a State Department spokeswoman, Hillary Clinton's emails were not requested as part of some records-keeping process. They were requested after officials at the State Department realized they needed the documents to respond to information requests from the Benghazi Select Committee. If not for the Committee's request, it's unlikely the public would have learned about Hillary's private email server.
The Hillary Clinton email scandal refuses to go away. New revelations about the rules and regulations in place during her tenure in office will seemingly make it harder to explain her choice to run a private email server from her home in New York rather than using a government account.
In a decision that took place while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, the Department's Inspector General issued a blistering report on the behavior of the US Ambassador to Kenya which included the ambassador's ill-advised use of private email accounts.
According to an 86-page report issued by the Department of Justice, six of the most credible witnesses to the shooting of Michael Brown were afraid to give testimony in support of Ferguson, MO, police officer Darren Wilson, because they knew it would undercut the "Hands up, don't shoot" narrative being advanced by their neighbors and, eventually, by the media.
After the NY Times reported Monday that Hillary Clinton used a private email account during her tenure at the State Department, her defenders were quick to claim no harm was done. Nick Merrill, a spokesman for Clinton, told the Times Hillary had "every expectation they would be retained" because she was careful about emailing her subordinates using their official government accounts. Less than a day later, a report by Gawker suggests that may not be true.
Hillary Clinton used a single, non-governmental email account for all of her work as Secretary of State. When asked by the State Department for copies of those emails, Hillary's personal staff sifted through them and decided which ones should be preserved.
Most observers of the legal battle over Obamacare's subsidies are now familiar with the two clips (one video and one audio) in which economist Jonathan Gruber takes the plaintiff's side, saying only states which set up an exchange will receive subsidies. But a third example of Gruber saying much the same thing has, so far, received very little attention.
Can the folks at Vox count to two?
During congressional testimony Thursday, the Treasury Deputy Inspector General Timothy Camus suggested the IRS did not do all it could have to recover Lois Lerner's missing emails.
Vox may have inadvertently undercut the thrust of a story used by supporters of Obamacare in an amicus brief.
Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska says the deal President Obama is currently negotiating with Iran is akin to "getting your lunch money taken in an alley."
A new poll published by the BBC found that nearly one third of Muslims present in Britain supported the Muslims who murdered 12 people in an attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo in France.
H&R Block reports that half of Obamacare enrollees owe the IRS money after receiving too many subsidies.
The latest issue of ISIS’ magazine, Dabiq, devotes an article to defending the murder of a Jordanian pilot by burning him alive in a cage. Contrary to claims that such punishment is “un-Islamic,” ISIS lays out the case that it
The parents and siblings of three teenagers who fled England last week to join ISIS in Syria have pleaded with them to return home.
A right-to-work bill making its way through the Wisconsin legislature could be ready for Gov. Scott Walker's signature next month.
An arrest has been made in the Colorado Springs case known as the "NAACP bombing." But according to the criminal complaint in the case, the bomb was intended as a warning to the suspect's accountant and not an attack on the NAACP office.
Muslim author Asra Nomani and journalist Hala Arafa have published a piece at the Daily Beast in which they say that in order to defeat ISIS, the President needs to accurately identify it. As they put it, the President must, "name it to tame it."
One of Vox's authors who has been at the forefront of the push to denounce critics of radical Islam as "Islamophobes" has dramatically reversed course on the issue of ISIS' connection to Islam.
The president's speech at the conference on combating violent extremism Wednesday wasn't nearly as bad as some of his other recent statements on the topic. He did not repeat the silly claim that ISIS is not Islamic. He did not refer to the Crusades or the Inquisition. And he at least attempted to explain why he refuses to adopt the phrase "Islamic extremist."
The Obama administration made a kind of parlor game out of refusing to connect the Islamic State with Islam. The president himself said it most directly last year when he announced in a prime time TV address, "ISIL is not ‘Islamic.’"
CNN's religion editor dubbed last week "religion's week from hell." Religion in this case is just a weasel word being used in place of another word which would be accurate: Islam.
A newly released poll shows Americans are increasingly unhappy with the President's handling of the Islamic State, also known as ISIS.
On the eve of open enrollment for Obamacare, a glitch prevented users from submitting their applications for hours on Saturday.
Vox has discovered media bias but claims the real victims are Muslims.
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