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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton peers over a podium while addressing an audience during a campaign stop at Trident Technical College, Wednesday, June 17, 2015, in North Charleston, S.C. (AP Photo/David Goldman) ** FILE **

New emails disprove Clinton’s story

- The Washington Times

The Obama administration acknowledged Monday that the FBI found at least 14,900 more email messages former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton never turned over to the government, and officials are facing intense pressure to release them ahead of November’s election.

The Justice Department has repeatedly protected Hillary Clinton during her presidential campaign, refusing to pursue charges that she mishandled classified information and fighting an effort to force her to testify under oath in a court case about her emails. (Associated Press)

GOP pushes Clinton perjury charges

- The Washington Times

Top House Republicans say Hillary Clinton appears to have lied to Congress, laying out a case that they said could sustain perjury charges against the Democratic presidential nominee.

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A U.S. soldier adjusts his colleague's helmet during a patrol mission in the town of Youssifiyah, Iraq. (Associated Press)

Prison inmates produced defective combat helmets for U.S. soldiers

- The Washington Times

Federal prison inmates used makeshift hatchets and a screw shoved through a piece of wood among other rudimentary tools to manufacture thousands of faulty Kevlar combat helmets designed to protect the lives of U.S. soldiers on the battlefield, according to a highly critical watchdog report that offered new details about the government boondoggle.

Hillary Clinton continues say no classified mail passed through her account, once again contradicting the findings of FBI Director James B. Comey. (Associated Press)

Hillary Clinton stands by her email claims despite the evidence

- The Washington Times

Despite being thoroughly rebuked by fact-checkers and the FBI, Hillary Clinton continues to give her critics fresh ammunition by claiming she never sent or received any information marked classified in her private email account, keeping alive a controversy that's dogged her throughout her presidential bid.