The State Department’s top watchdog found “reasonable suspicion” that Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin’s second job as a private consultant may have broken conflict of interest rules, according a letter sent by the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The far-left activist group Code Pink will attempt to hand-deliver flowers to Secretary of State John Kerry at his Georgetown home on Monday to thank him for reaching a nuclear deal with Iran, the organization said on Friday.
More Americans want Congress to vote down the Iran nuclear deal than to approve it, according to two new polls released this week.
Most American Jews disapprove of how President Obama has handled the nuclear negotiations with Iran, according to a new poll released by the Israel Project (TIP) on Tuesday.
International inspectors trying to determine whether Iran is conducting secret nuclear activities at its military sites will have to rely on material evidence provided by the Iranian government, according to a senator who attended a closed-door briefing with administration officials last week.
A New York assemblyman was among a group of pro-Israel demonstrators who were arrested while protesting the Iranian nuclear deal outside the Manhattan office of Sen. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) on Thursday.
Waving signs reading “Schumer—You Are No Shomer” and “Schumer—You Control the Votes to Stop the Iran Deal,” thousands of New Yorkers flooded Times Square on Wednesday evening to call on Congress to reject the Obama administration’s Iranian nuclear agreement.
A former national security appointee at the State Department, who tried to have reporters arrested and resigned in 2011 after the media questioned his lack of foreign policy credentials and large donations to Democrats, is hosting a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton at his home on Tuesday.
The United Nations Security Council unanimously endorsed the Iranian nuclear deal on Monday, a key step in lifting international sanctions against Iran.
A Clinton donor used his relationship with Bill and Hillary Clinton to help him obtain federal funding for a sham Haiti recovery project that ended up defrauding the U.S. government out of millions, according to court transcripts and internal government documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Clinton donor and Miami businessman Claudio Osorio, who is currently serving 12 years in federal prison on fraud charges, was granted a $10 million loan by the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) in 2010 for his company InnoVida to build homes in Haiti after the earthquake.