Tag: investigation

State Department Spox: We’re Not ‘Lax’ with Information, No Comment on FBI’s ‘Extremely Careless’ Clinton Conclusions

The State Department continues to hold off on administrative evaluation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of sensitive information. During a Tuesday press conference, Spokesman John Kirby repeatedly asserted that the department is not “lax” with classified information but would not weigh in on the FBI’s determination that “there is evidence of potential violations” by Clinton.


Another Chinese Billionaire Goes Missing Amid Market Crisis

Billionaire Zhou Chengjian, whose $4 billion clothing retail fortune makes him the 62nd-richest person in China, has mysteriously disappeared. He is only the latest in a line of Chinese business magnates to vanish, with the previous disappearance occurring only last month. It almost certainly is not the work of John Galt.

Da Vinci Fire (Nancy Yuille / Associated Press)

Reward for Arrest in Massive L.A. Fire Hits Unprecedented $170,000

LOS ANGELES, California — The reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) who caused a massive downtown Los Angeles fire that destroyed the 7-story Da Vinci apartment complex, melted freeway signs, and damaged local buildings late last year is now set at an unprecedented $170,000.