The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee is investigating how and why the Department of State operated without a permanent oversight official for years under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and whether her staff had any involvement in the unusually slow effort to fill the vacancy.
Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz and Donald Trump will both appear together at a rally against the Iranian nuclear deal on Capitol Hill in September, according to reports on Thursday.
A thumb drive containing Hillary Clinton’s State Department emails was not secured in a specially designated safe until over a month after it was publicly confirmed that her server contained classified information, according to a timeline laid out in a letter by her attorney this week.
Nearly two hundred retired generals and admirals sent a letter to Congress asking members to oppose the Iran deal, the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
The State Department may have broken federal rules by failing to disclose information about Hillary Clinton’s private email server to the Department of Homeland Security, Fox News reported on Monday.
Top White House allies are mounting a campaign to discredit recent reports Iran will be responsible for investigating its own military facility for evidence of nuclear activities under an agreement between international inspectors and Tehran.
The firm Hillary Clinton hired to manage her private email server quietly removed information from its website in recent days, including references to its partnership with a Colorado data-scrubbing company.
Just days after the top machine workers union endorsed Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, many of its members are lashing out at the leadership for declining to back Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders, In These Times reports.
Sen. Rand Paul’s (R., Ky.) latest fundraising letter takes aim at “neocons,” “war fever,” and drone strikes against terrorists, a sign that he is working overtime to court his father’s isolationist base in the face of fading poll numbers.
The White House worked with the organizer of an open letter signed by retired flag officers lobbying in favor of the Iran nuclear deal, according to emails reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon.