The State Department released 75 of Hillary Clinton’s emails from her private server on Friday, the first batch of the 15,000 that the FBI uncovered during its investigation of Clinton’s email practices.
A federal judge on Tuesday refused to release drafts of criminal indictments prepared by prosecutors in the 1990s intended to charge Hillary Clinton during the Whitewater investigation.
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered the State Department to hand over hundreds of documents by next Monday related to Hillary Clinton’s participation in required or recommended security training during her tenure as secretary of state.
The IRS may have violated taxpayers’ rights when they improperly denied information to those who filed a Freedom of Information Act request to the agency, according to an audit from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.
The State Department will not release documents pertaining to Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold’s time at the agency until after the November election, according to a report from Politico.
Hillary Clinton may have sent more classified information than was previously known while she was secretary of state.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest chastised a New York Times media columnist in a letter Tuesday for not acknowledging “the important and unprecedented steps the Obama administration has taken” to be the most transparent White House in history.