Hillary Clinton on Wednesday night responded to mounting criticism over reports that she relied exclusively on personal email during her tenure as Secretary of State, calling on the State Department to release a trove of e-mails from her years in office. I want the public to see my email. I asked State to release them. […]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrat Hillary Clinton on Wednesday broke her silence over a budding controversy involving her emails when she was secretary of state, saying she wanted the U.S. State Department to release them swiftly. "I want the public to see my email," the potential 2016 presidential candidate said in a tweet. Show More Summary
"Future President Hillary Clinton may have to pardon former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton," Jon Stewart predicted at the top of The Daily Show Wednesday night, before acting awfully disappointed at the minutia of the Hillary Clinton email controversy. Show More Summary
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry flies to Riyadh this week to try to reassure King Salman that any nuclear deal with Iran will be in Saudi interests, despite the kingdom’s fears that it may boost Tehran’s backing for Shi’ite Muslim groups in the region. Convincing Saudi Arabia to accept any agreed nuclear deal is […]
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s systematic evasion of federal recordkeeping requirements involved both the use of private email addresses and a server system installed in her Chappaqua manse. The servers, according to the Washington...Show More Summary
While attention around Hillary Rodham Clinton has been focused on her email use as secretary of state, her team quietly brought on a new lawyer for her campaign-in-waiting.
With questions emerging about Hillary Clinton’s reliance on a private email account during her years in the Obama administration, it's the White House that has been compelled to do the talking while the former secretary of state stays silent on the issue.
The news organization said it had not received replies from requests covering Mrs. Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state as far back as 2010.
This week, news emerged that Hillary Clinton used a personal email address during her time as secretary of state. The committee has also directed Internet firms to protect documents.
A congressional committee investigating the 2012 attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya issued subpoenas on Wednesday for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s personal emails, which have created a political storm for the presumptive Democratic presidential candidate. The U.S. House of...
On Thursday, March 5, 2015, Deputy Secretary Heather Higginbottom will honor 10 courageous women with the Secretary of State's Annual Women of Courage Award. First Lady Michelle Obama will join the ceremony as a special guest and will deliver remarks.
Lawmakers on Wednesday began investigating Hillary Rodham Clinton's use of personal email while she was secretary of State, following the disclosure that Clinton kept a server linked to her New York home to allow her exclusive email access.
The House committee examining the 2012 attacks in Benghazi sent a subpoena to Hillary Rodham Clinton’s lawyer, requesting all emails she had in her personal account as secretary of state that relate to Libya.
On Monday, we learned that while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, she used a personal rather than an official e-mail address to conduct government business. Republicans immediately gasped and pounced, perhaps hoping that this story portends something much larger about Clinton and how she would conduct herself if elected president. In the dreams of […]
While many prominent liberals, both in and out of the media, have been unable to defend Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email account to conduct government business while serving as Secretary of State, the left has attempted to fill the gap, with poor results. One of the biggest flops came from none other than […]
The report in The New York Times that Hillary Clinton used a private email account while Secretary of State, possibly violating the law, has me wondering whether Hillary Clinton has learned anything during her years in public life. There is no doubt that the majority of attacks on Clinton from the right are bogus. To [...]Show More Summary
In the less than two days since The New York Times broke its story about Hillary Clinton relying exclusively on a personal email address while serving as secretary of state, there has been much debate over whether she actually violated federal law. Show More Summary
“It’s bewildering to me. We should have a much better standard of security for the secretary of state.”
The New York Times dug in its heels to defend its inadequate reporting that insinuated that Hillary Clinton broke the law by maintaining a non-government email account as secretary of state, rejecting a call from David Brock, founder...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON—Fueling further speculation this week that she has her sights set on the Oval Office, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is said to have hinted at her presidential ambitions by concealing a vast trove of information from the Americ...