An “A-Team” at the FBI is spearheading an “extremely serious” investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email system, specifically focusing on a provision of the Espionage Act regarding the “gathering, transmitting or losing defense information,” according to an anonymous intelligence source.
The Justice Department did not feel that it had sufficient evidence to prosecute anyone at Solyndra over alleged misrepresentations of the company’s financial health, the department said 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.
A years-long investigation into the Department of Energy’s support for the bankrupt solar company Solyndra faults DOE officials, contractors, and the company itself for the department’s eventual loss of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars steered to the firm.
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., ordered the State Department to “establish a dialogue” with the Federal Bureau of Investigation as it probes the security of Hillary Clinton’s private email system.
A Syrian rebel trained by the Pentagon to fight the Islamic State plans to fight forces aligned with Bashar al-Assad’s regime.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) is questioning the security clearance of Hillary Clinton’s attorney amid revelations that multiple of her emails to which he had access contain “top secret” information.
The two emails from Hillary Clinton’s private system identified as containing “top secret” information by the inspector general of the intelligence community held information about drones.
The Obama administration has intervened in a landmark legal case brought by the American victims of Palestinian terrorists, urging the court to limit restitution for the victims out of fear that a sizable payout could collapse the Palestinian government, according to a copy of the court filing.
Federal authorities on Tuesday announced charges brought against nine individuals involved in a five-year insider trading scheme that generated $30 million in illicit profits.