Hillary Clinton’s campaign has released its first television ads of the election cycle. The move is somewhat surprising, as most expected Hillary to wait several months before hitting the airwaves. The early ad buy suggest the campaign is worried about Hillary’s public image, which has suffered amid a torrent of scandals. A shockingly high number of voters don’t find her honest or trustworthy. Imagine that.
Want to understand the current state of the Democratic Party? There’s a tweet for that:
The five classified emails contained on Hillary Clinton’s private email system contained information from five separate U.S. intelligence agencies.
A federal judge blasted the State Department during a court hearing Wednesday about the government agency’s lack of response to Freedom of Information Act requests having to do with documents from Hillary Clinton and her staff.
Planned Parenthood lobbied the Department of State many times during Hillary Clinton’s tenure there and received tens of millions of dollars from foreign policy agencies over the past few years.
Hillary Clinton is awkwardly defending herself again after an intelligence community inspector general determined that she sent classified information over her private email account. Here are three sentences that explain everything you ever wanted to know, but were afraid to ask:
The Hillary Clinton email scandal was revived Friday when the Wall Street Journal reported sent classified information over her private email account as Secretary of State. Here’s what you need to know.
Years of delays and excuses from the State Department in releasing Hillary Clinton-related Freedom of Information Act request sent one federal judge over the edge.
U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras said he was “concerned” about the preservation of crucial documents in the Hillary Clinton email acquisition process, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch.