EVEN THE GUARDIAN IS TURNING ON HER: Why the Hillary Clinton email revelations are a significant problem: The former secretary of state and likely 2016 candidate’s supporters have rallied to her defense, but the revelations leave Clinton vulnerable to serious criticism.
Ed Schultz and a DNC official tonight both invoked Republican hysteria over Benghazi in dismissing the controversy about Hillary Clinton only using a private email account while she was Secretary of State.
Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email account to conduct official federal government business while U.S. Secretary of State has created dismay even among her allies. As The Inquisitr previously chronicled, Clinton never had a government...Show More Summary
The White House spokesman spent nearly his entire news conference Tuesday discussing Hillary Rodham Clinton's email use as secretary of state, not the speech by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel.
On Monday night, the New York Times dropped a bomb: As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton didn’t use her government email address. She didn’t even have one. Her entire correspondence—from notes to staff to talks with diplomats—was done by private email. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is expected to make remarks at the Emily's List 30th Anniversary Conference, beginning some time after 7 p.m. ET Tuesday night. Additional speakers include Democratic members of Congress Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Mikulski and Tammy Duckworth.
Republicans have been jumping all over a report from The New York Times that claims Hillary Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct business while serving as secretary of state for the Obama Administration. But now, it turns out that at least one of her predecessors from the Bush Administration did the same.
The New York Times reported on Monday that Hillary Clinton relied on a personal email address for government business while serving as Secretary of State. The emails were not preserved on official servers during her tenure; aides compiled the 55,000 pages of emails deemed pertinent to State Department business to... More »
Unlike Hillary Clinton, Condoleezza Rice did not use a private email account to conduct official business when she led the State Department. Business Insider spoke to a source close to Rice following a New York Times report that noted Clinton used a personalized email rather than a government address when she was secretary of state. Show More Summary
Representative Trey Gowdy expressed concern that Hillary Rodham Clinton’s use of private email as secretary of state could hamper his committee's investigation into the 2012 Benghazi attacks.
The latest Hillary Clinton flap has begun, prompted by a story in Tuesday’s Times revealing that, during Clinton’s four years as Secretary of State, she used a private e-mail account rather than a government-issued one. The story raised...Show More Summary
The New York Times set off a Clinton-bomb when it revealed Monday night that Hillary Clinton, when she was secretary of state, used a personal email account instead of a government account for all of her official business. The newspaper...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton's practice of using her personal email account to conduct official business while she was secretary of state falls into a legal gray area.
Following Monday's New York Times report that Hillary Clinton may have violated federal records laws by using a personal email account for all of her work messages while serving as the U.S. secretary of state, an aide to Colin Powell...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton, who desperately wants to be the next president, hit a serious speed bump yesterday with the revelation that she never had an official State Department email account while she was Secretary of State. Instead, she used an unsecured private email account to conduct official business, in violation of government record-keeping laws. While the […]
The New York Times reported today that Hillary Clinton, for some reason, didn’t use her government email system the entire time that she was Secretary of State for the Obama Administration. Whether it’s true or not that she was involved in some sort malfeasance while in office, this doesn’t make her look good. I know […]
The Daily Beast and Media Matters on Tuesday pushed back against a New York Times report that suggested former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have violated federal law by using a private email address for her official government...Show More Summary
A day after reports revealed that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used a private email account instead of a government address while in office, the White House said the dust-up is none of their concern. “Very specific guidance has been given to agencies all across the government, which is specifically that employees in the…
The New York Times reported Monday evening that Hillary Clinton had used a private email account while Secretary of State, and "may have violated federal requirements." Why the "may have"?
It was revealed this morning that Hillary Clinton exclusively used carrier pigeons as a means of conducting official business during her time as United States Secretary of State. "The former Secretary's communications were so important...Show More Summary