A bipartisan group of senators introduced an amendment to the defense authorization bill on Thursday that would preserve a visa program for at-risk Afghan translators who worked with the U.S. military.
Clinton aide Sidney Blumenthal ducked questions about whether he would continue to advise Hillary Clinton if she were elected president, according to video released by a Republican opposition research group.
A White House-allied group funded a private email listserv that pushed out pro-Iran talking points and anti-Israel conspiracy theories to hundreds of influential policy experts, government officials, and journalists during the Iran nuclear debate.
Emails obtained by the watchdog group Judicial Watch indicate that Hillary Clinton was aware of the security risks of communicating over a private BlackBerry, the organization said on Thursday.
Hillary Clinton aide Cheryl Mills briefly walked out of an FBI interview when an investigator asked her an “off-limits” question about State Department emails, according to the Washington Post.
The State Department said on Monday that it has no emails from Hillary Clinton’s personal tech aide Bryan Pagliano, a department staffer who also maintained Clinton’s private email server.
Romanian hacker Guccifer’s claims that he hacked into Hillary Clinton’s private email server could bolster a potential criminal case against Clinton for mishandling classified information, according to former U.S. prosecutors.
The Wall Street analyst who uncovered financial discrepancies at General Electric before its stock crashed in 2008 claims the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has a number of irregularities in its tax records and could be violating state laws.
An influential tech industry watchdog group that has received millions of dollars from Google has been silent on the internet giant’s recent fight to circumvent Federal Communications Commission restrictions on data collection.