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Report: Clinton Scheduled to Talk to FBI on Saturday

By Alana Goodman
The Washington Free Beacon
July 1, 2016 2:23 pm

The FBI could interview Hillary Clinton as soon as this Saturday, the Daily Caller  274 more words

New York Post Editorial: Only thing transparent about Hillary is her dishonesty

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Buried by last week’s Brexit furor was fresh news of Hillary Clinton’s efforts to cover up her abuses of power at the State Department. 621 more words

Watchdog Faults Hillary Clinton’s Email Practices at State Department

Report to Congress also faults previous secretaries of State for lapses and criticizes the broader lapses at the department

In a long-awaited report released to Congress on Wednesday, the State Department’s Office of Inspector General faulted Hillary Clinton and four of her predecessors for “long-standing” failures in recordkeeping and cybersecurity efforts. 1,132 more words

Kerry To Negotiate New Ceasefire In Syria – But With ‘His Own Side’

‘U.S. Secretary of State is in Geneva today to renegotiate a cessation of hostilities between the Syrian government forces and the foreign supported “rebels” in Syria. 98 more words


HRW: New Anti-NGO Law in China Will "Legalise China’s Human Rights Abuses"

By Isaac Cheung
Hong Kong Free Press

Human Rights in China and Human Rights Watch have criticised China’s new law governing foreign non-government organizations (NGOs). The law, passed Thursday, imposes a series of new regulations and gives authorities expanded powers that activists say threaten the existence of foreign NGOs and civil society in China. 833 more words

Democratic Lawmaker on Hillary Clinton's Email: "I just never feel I have a grasp of what the facts are."

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke while touring the Carpenters International Training Center in Las Vegas on Tuesday.PHOTO:JOHN LOCHER/ASSOCIATED PRESS

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS 11) — Kentucky’s only Democratic representative in Congress is expressing concern about Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s e-mail controversy, calling it “very confusing,” and potentially a disqualifying scandal for her candidacy. 299 more words

John Kerry urges 'genuine democracy' at U.S. flag ceremony in Cuba

In Havana, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry declared a new era in relations as he celebrated restored diplomatic ties in Havana on Friday, but he also urged political change in Cuba, telling Cubans they should be free to choose their own leaders. 348 more words