Employees Who Worked on Hillary Clinton’s Email Server Invoke Fifth Amendment
Two technology employees who worked on Hillary Clinton’s private email server invoked their constitutional rights against answering questions in front of a congressional panel probing the former secretary of state’s email arrangement.
Congress demands answers after surprise Clinton investigation immunity
Many observers were surprised to learn, in a New York Times report, that the contractor who destroyed Hillary Clinton's emails while they were under a congressional subpoena received immunity from the Justice Department — and then still refused to answer some questions from the FBI.
A fishy story in Platte River Networks’ purge of Clinton e-mails
The latest controversy involving Hillary Clinton’s decision to run her State Department e-mail through private servers contains a hard-to-believe shocker that ought to give reasonable people pause.
Missed Opportunities Detailed Ahead of Personnel Agency Hack
It was time to purge the hacker from the U.S. government's computers. After secretly monitoring the hacker's online movements for months, officials worried he was getting too close to critical information, so they and devised a plan, called the "Big Bang," to expel him. Trouble was, with all their attention focused in that case, they missed the other hacker entirely.
House GOP asks for investigation into whether Clinton committed obstruction of justice
House Republicans announced Tuesday that they are requesting an investigation into whether Hillary Clinton and her team illegally destroyed evidence during the FBI's investigation into her use of a private email server.