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Jul 08 2016
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been dogged for nearly a year by speculation that she could be indicted by federal prosecutors for compromising classified information in her use of a private server while she was secretary of State. FBI Director James Comey announced Tuesday that he would not recommend charges in the case. Here’s how it all started:USA TODAY
Sep 13 2015
The company that managed Hillary Clinton’s private email server said it does not know if the system was ever “wiped” of data, meaning it is possible that emails deleted by the former secretary of State could be recovered, The Washington Post is reporting.
“Platte River has no knowledge of the server being wiped,” company spokesman Andy Boian told the Post. “All the information we haveUSA TODAY
Jul 27 2015
A third batch of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails is scheduled to be released this week despite warnings from internal government watchdogs that “hundreds of potentially classified emails” could be among them and a conclusion that the State Department already had posted classified material publicly as part of previous email releases.Wall Street Journal (News)
Aug 19 2015
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday again dismissed criticism of her use of a private email server as politically minded attacks, as a federal judge prepares for a hearing amid a host of lawsuits over her communications while she was secretary of state.Wall Street Journal (News)
Mar 09 2015
Hillary Rodham Clinton will soon address the controversy over her use of a private email account at the State Department, and is likely to hold a press conference in New York in the next several days to answer reporters’ questions, according to three people close to the potential Democratic frontrunner. The decision to address the issue, made in the last several days, comes amid a cascade ofPolitico
Feb 03 2024
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Jun 09 2023
Hillary Clinton is reacting to former President Trump’s federal indictment by making a pitch for her “But Her Emails” merchandise.
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee took to social media Friday — just hours after Trump announced Thursday that his legal team had been told he was indicted following an investigation into his handling of classified documents — with a plug for herThe Hill
Feb 11 2024
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s remarks about Joe Biden’s age aren’t what Democrats and Biden aides wanted to hear. The two-time presidential loser wasn’t trying to damage Joe Biden, but she did: she kept the age and mental competency concerns alive. It’s a top voter concern that no serious political observer can ignore as a niche subject. Even ardent Democrats, like David AxelrodTownhall
Jan 25 2024
Just days after a defense attorney for Donald Trump accused Fani Willis of having an “improper” relationship with a special prosecutor on the former president’s election interference case, the Fulton County DA slammed another lawyer on Trump’s team for not respecting Black women, according to emails obtained by Fox 5 Atlanta. “In the legal community (and the world at large), some people willDaily Beast