A conservative legal group is accusing state Democratic officials of conspiring to flout public records laws in order to keep secret details of a campaign to bring racketeering charges against climate policy dissenters.
During Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, a stock trader and major Clinton Foundation donor was assigned to a government intelligence advisory board despite no evident qualifications for the job, according to newly released State Department emails.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey (D., Neb.), a former presidential candidate and currently a supporter of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, criticized her use of her private email server in a series of interviews, including with the Omaha World-Herald.
The chairman of the House Oversight Committee is investigating the State Department’s process for handling public records requests, after a federal watchdog found that the department repeatedly failed to comply with requirements.