A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Hillary Clinton’s top aides to answer questions about her secret email server, including detailing who made the decision to set it up and whether it was intended to thwart open records laws.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is not alone in being sloppy with classified information on her computer during the war on terror. The Marine Corps was too.
Phil North was no fan of the proposed Pebble Mine, so when he was asked in 2010 to offer feedback on a draft petition urging the Environmental Protection Agency to kill the project, he pitched in with suggested language and edits.
A federal court on Wednesday exonerated four former high-ranking Army officers accused of orchestrating a large-scale bribery scheme involving under-the-table payments to Pentagon acquisition officials in an attempt to secure lucrative Defense Department contracts for their Virginia-based government contracting firm.
The nation’s former top special operations officer has taken on the leadership of the Senate Armed Services Committee in defense of a fellow Navy SEAL.
Volunteers with AmeriCorps escorted women to abortion clinics in violation of federal regulations, according to a report Monday evening in The Hill.
Michigan state investigators will announce criminal charges Wednesday over the Flint water crisis, the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday evening, citing “three sources familiar with the investigation.”
Someone please hand D.C. schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson a rag to wipe off her heels. She’s stepped in a pile of poop and needs to come clean ASAP.
Brazil’s president may soon lose her job over charges that she manipulated official accounts. Argentina’s former leader faced public inquiry last week in a money laundering probe. And Peru’s presidential front-runner has been forced to disavow her own father, convicted of embezzling millions of dollars in the 1990s and now sitting in prison.
A federal judge said the IRS isn’t to be trusted as he and his colleagues tried Thursday to figure out whether the tax agency is still targeting tea party groups for intrusive and illegal scrutiny.