NEW YORK (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s lawyer has given the Federal Bureau of Investigation Clinton’s private email server and a thumb drive of work-related emails from her tenure as secretary of state, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday, quoting a campaign spokesman.
Clinton’s use of her private email for her work as America’s top diplomat came to light in March and drew fire from political opponents who accused her of sidestepping transparency and record-keeping laws. The private account was linked to a server in her New York home.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate
Hillary Clinton has instructed her attorney to give the U.S.
Justice Department her private email server and a thumb drive of
work-related emails from her tenure as secretary of state, CNN
reported on Tuesday, quoting a campaign spokeswoman.
Clinton’s use of her private email for her work as America’s
top diplomat came to light in March and drew fire from political
opponents who accused her of sidestepping transparency and
record-keeping laws. The private account was linked to a server
in her New York home.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff invited reporters to watch the debate in a conference room at the campaign’s headquarters in Brooklyn, New York City.
The room has been decorated with posters bearing images of Rubio, Trump, Bush, Perry and Fiorina overlaid with warm comments they have made in the past about Clinton: “Hillary Clinton I think is a terrific woman,” Trump is quoted as saying in 2012, “I think she really works hard and I think she does a good job.” The reporters have been given pizzas by the Clinton campaign.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, on Friday reported total income approaching $140 million over the last eight years, providing evidence of the vast wealth they have accumulated.
The records showed that in 2013, the Clinton duo delivered six-figure speeches that reaped nearly $23 million.
WASHINGTON – As expected, Friday’s public release of thousands more emails Hillary Clinton sent or received while U.S. secretary of state is streaked with white bars marking where the government has redacted information not fit for public consumption.
Those white bars can make a reader’s imagination run wild. Is there a state secret hidden by the whiteness? An elusive government operative’s private cellphone number? Some embarrassing bit of Washington gossip?
The latest email dump shows how the reality is at least in some cases more banal. Take this brief tangent in an email conversation between Clinton and her old friend and confidant Sidney Blumenthal, who informally helped her out with her State Department work despite the White House denying him a paid job there.
From: Hillary Clinton
To: Sidney Blumenthal
Sent: Nov 6, 2009 5:14 PM
Ok. And, by the way, [REDACTED]! We’ll celebrate in December
From: Sidney Blumenthal
To: Hillary Clinton
Sent: Friday, November 6, 2009 5:21 PM
Thanks! See you then and in the meantime happy trails and I’ll send notes along the way
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Dozens of emails on the private email account that Hillary Clinton used when secretary of state were recently classified by the government, the State Department said on Friday, giving Republican critics more ammunition against the Democratic presidential hopeful.
The emails, released by the State Department under a judge’s order, date from the early period of Clinton’s 2009-2013 tenure as the United State’s top diplomat.
NEW YORK, July 24 (Reuters) – At least four emails from the
private email account that former U.S. Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton used while in office contained classified
information, according to a government inspector’s letter that
deepened the email controversy dogging Clinton’s 2016
The inspector general of the intelligence community wrote in
a letter to members of Congress on Thursday that a sampling of
40 of 30,000 Clinton emails found at least four that should have
been classified as secret.
NEW YORK, July 24 (Reuters) – Democratic presidential
candidate Hillary Clinton proposed U.S. corporate tax reforms on
Friday including a sliding scale for capital gains taxes and
changes in executive compensation to encourage long-term growth
to benefit American workers.
Clinton, in a speech in New York, said institutional
investors have an obligation to counter “hit and run” activist
shareholders. She also said the U.S. government needs to “stop
pouring subsidies into industries that are already thriving”
like the oil industry.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department said on Friday it is weighing a request by two government inspectors to look into the possible mishandling of classified information in Hillary Clinton’s private email account from when she was secretary of state.
The department said it “has received a referral related to the potential compromise of classified information.”
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department is weighing a request by two government inspectors general to open a criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email account for her work as secretary of state, the New York Times reported on Thursday.
The inspectors general, who were not clearly identified in the Times’s report, have asked the Justice Department to decide whether Clinton, the leading Democratic contender for the 2016 presidential election, mishandled classified information while she was the nation’s most senior diplomat.