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Fitton: Hillary was hiding EVERYTHING on her 'private server'

(National SentinelLight of Day: The head of a noted government watchdog group hinted Monday that Hillary Clinton may have hid emails and other documents on her private email server. 390 more words


'Draft a will': US issues dire warning about North Korea travel

Amid continued heightened tensions with North Korea, the U.S. Department of State recently issued a warning to Americans considering travel to the isolated nation.

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Good Riddance, President Obama

Writing last week’s column, I had planned to hold my tongue in regards to President Obama’s term ending. I figured that since there are 535 members of Congress, a new cabinet and a President that has trouble hiding his true feelings on any number of subjects… well, let’s say I would have plenty of Washington shenanigans to write about. 721 more words

Is this the Greatest Show on Earth?

Presidential politics, especially in election years, is something of a three-ring circus, complete with high-wire balancing acts, lions leaping through flaming hoops and a ringmaster leading the whole thing. 746 more words

Another Day, Another Scandal

News broke last week that Hillary Clinton, former US Senator, First Lady and Secretary of State, circumvented federal policy, and all common sense, by not using a .gov email account during her time at Foggy Bottom. 616 more words

U.S. Ambassador to Panama Quits, Saying He Can't Do His Job Under President Trump

The U.S. ambassador to Panama has resigned from his post after deciding he cannot work under President Donald Trump any longer.

Feely’s decision to resign from his ambassadorship came before Trump was reported to have called Haiti, El Salvador and parts of Africa… 209 more words

A US ambassador resigned because he doesn't want to work for Trump

Updated |US ambassador to Panama John Feeley is stepping down from his post because he can no longer serve president Donald Trump.

Feeley told the US State Department in a letter that he could no longer fulfill the foreign service oath “to serve faithfully the president and his administration in an apolitical fashion, even when I might not agree with certain policies,” according to… 142 more words