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DAN EPSTEIN: Forcing Hillary’s Emails Into the Open

Wall Street Journal — Why we’re suing to make the government do what it seems disinclined to do: get to the bottom of this murky matter. 97 more words

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US State Department to Release 5,000 Pages of Documents on Benghazi Attacks

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The US Department of State has agreed to make available on Tuesday 5,000 pages of documents on the 2012 attacks on US diplomats in Benghazi, Libya, the National Journal reported, citing the House committee investigating the attack. 68 more words

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US STATE DEPARTMENT TO RELEASE 5,000 PAGES OF DOCUMENTS ON BENGHAZI ATTACKS Government continues to drag its feet

The US Department of State has agreed to make available on Tuesday 5,000 pages of documents on the 2012 attacks on US diplomats in Benghazi, Libya, the National Journal reported, citing the House committee investigating the attack. 6 more words
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State Dept Appoints Senior Diplomat Michael Ratney as New U.S. Special Envoy for Syria

Posted: 12:58  am EDT
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On July 27, Secretary Kerry announced the appointment of career diplomat Michael Ratney as the new U.S. Special Envoy for Syria. 427 more words

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State Dept to Release 5,000 Pages to Benghazi Panel, No Hearing With Kerry Top Aide For Now

Posted: 12:40  am EDT
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On July 22, The Hill reported that the Gowdy committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks announced it has called on one of Secretary of State John Kerry’s top aides to appear this week. 259 more words

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Thousands Of Jobs Available In State Government, Officials Say

LOS ANGELES (KNX1070) — Officials say thousands of jobs are currently available and thousands more are expected to open as 40 percent of state employees are eligible to retire. 194 more words

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Inspectors General contradict Hillary Clinton's claim that emails on her personal server were not classified when they were written

  Last week two Inspectors General called for an investigation of Hillary Clinton and her use of a personal email server while conducting official State business in order to avoid FOIA requests and Congressional oversight. 318 more words

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