Top aides to Hillary Clinton coordinated with the State Department to answer questions about the Clinton Foundation, according to recently released hacked emails.
Hillary Clinton began conducting focus groups and polling swing state voters as early as December 2014 to figure out how to brand herself and find a “rationale” for running for president.
Top Hillary Clinton aides said “there is just no good answer” to questions about her decision to use a private email server, according to recently released hacked emails.
The Environmental Protection Agency is looking to hire a “Diversity and Inclusion Specialists,” who will make $100,000 or more per year.
A notorious pornography watcher at the Environmental Protection Agency admitted to masturbating while at work, according to documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign struggled to get their candidate to apologize for using a private email server as secretary of state, recently hacked emails reveal.
Bill Clinton wanted to appear on the campaign trail for his wife with “young Latina celeb types,” according to newly released hacked emails.
Chief Washington Correspondent for CNBC John Harwood, who also moderated a Republican presidential primary debate, told the Clinton campaign he was dumbfounded that journalists would ask Hillary Clinton about her email scandal.
Hillary Clinton was not happy with a profile written about her by the New York Times, even though her team got to approve what quotes made it into the piece.
The National Institutes of Health spent nearly $50,000 on “elegant” bicycle shelters for its headquarters.