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Inspector general to review DOJ, FBI handling of Clinton case

The Department of Justice inspector general announced a sweeping review Thursday of Justice Department and FBI actions leading up to the November election – in response to criticism from both sides of the aisle over how the agencies handled the Hillary Clinton email scandal.  The decision breathes new life into a controversy that had been

Donald J. Trump Transition Builds Out White House Policy Team

 The Trump-Pence Presidential Transition Team today announced the build out of the White House policy team. The Domestic Policy Director and Council will report to the Senior Advisor to the President for Policy, Stephen Miller. All members of the policy team will be required to accept a five-year ban on lobbying after the conclusion of

Comey Has Clinton Dead to Rights

Bruce Bialosky, The world was rocked this past Friday afternoon when the FBI Director James Comey announced he was reopening the investigation of Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate for president. Reaction was swift from all sides of the political spectrum. It was such a dramatic moment that Ms. Clinton actually held what might be called

Clinton ally aided campaign of FBI official’s wife

The political organization of Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, an influential Democrat with longstanding ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton, gave nearly $500,000 to the election campaign of the wife of an official at the Federal Bureau of Investigation who later helped oversee the investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s email use. Campaign finance records show Mr. McAuliffe’s

Lawyers Present FBI With A Dilemma In Hillary Clinton Email Server Investigation

Doug Ross, The Daily Caller Lawyers seeking access to FBI records about Hillary Clinton’s private email server presented the Department of Justice with a dilemma on Monday when they filed a court document that may require the government to turn over the records or admit that the FBI investigation of the Clinton server is criminal in

Federal Contract Workers Tell Obama: $10.10 Isn’t Enough

“When I go to the doctor, I pay for that,” she says. “At work, they don’t give you 40 hours. … That’s why it’s not enough.” A White House spokesperson declined to comment. Ferrier is one of several hundred nonunion workers employed by private companies under federal contracts who signed a letter to Obama to