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Articles by Victor Morton

Rachel Dolezal was president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP. (Associated Press) ** FILE **

Rachel Dolezal dismissed from local university, weekly paper

Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who said she was black and became leader of a Washington state NAACP chapter, lost two outside portfolios Monday, no longer employed either by the city's alternative weekly or the local university where she had taught Africana Studies. Published June 15, 2015

Because Hillary Rodham Clinton used a private email server rather than the government's, she decided what emails were "official" communications that she would turn them over to the State Department. She has since scrubbed the server clean. (Associated Press)

Hillary Clinton's Benghazi emails withheld from House investigators

Sidney Blumenthal's email correspondence on Benghazi suggests that the State Department or former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton did not turn over all of her emails to House investigators, as she has insisted, according to a report in Politico on Monday evening. Published June 15, 2015

Tom Brady spoke Thursday night at a previously scheduled question-and-answer session at Salem State University with journalist Jim Gray. Mr. Brady entered the room to a standing ovation from an audience that he described as being "like a Patriot pep rally."

Tom Brady says Super Bowl win not tainted by 'Deflategate'

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said the team's Super Bowl victory was not tainted by the NFL's accusation that he likely knew about deflated balls before the AFC Championship Game in January against the Indianapolis Colts. Published May 7, 2015