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Hillary Clinton to Trump ahead of Putin summit: 'Do you know which team you play for?'
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Hillary Clinton thinks we don't remember anything
Hillary Clinton would like very much for you to forget her record.The former secretary of state resurfaced this week to warn that the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court would “turn the clock back” to the policies of the 1850s. She also attacked the White House's approach to immigrati
Ingraham Battles Guest on Russia Hacking: Why Didn’t The FBI Worry About Hillary Clinton’s Server?!?
Earlier on Friday, Deputy Attorney GeneralRod Rosensteinannounced the charges that were made against 12 Russian intel officials who infiltrated the DNC, the DNCC, andJohn Podesta‘s emails. And with that in mind, Ingraham stressed the importance of securing government emails, invoking former Secretar
Hillary Clinton to teachers union conference: Keep up fight
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, center, acknowledges the audience as American Federation of Teachers Executive Vice President Mary Ricker, left, and President Randi Weingarten look on after giving a speech in the American Federation of Teachers Conference 2018 at David L. Lawrence Convent
Why Rosenstein refused to name Hillary Clinton or the DNC as victims of the Russian hackers
The Department of Justice said the Russian hacking campaign targeted Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, with the intention to "release that information on the internet under the names DCLeaks and Guccifer 2.
Hillary Clinton speaks at American Federation of Teachers
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12 Russians indicted in hacking of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign
Twelve Russian intelligence officers have been charged in the hacking of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and Democratic Party computers, the Justice Department revealed Friday in an indictment that undermined President Trump’s multiple attempts to downplay Moscow’s election meddling.The indi
Hillary Clinton: Republicans ‘are trying to rip the heart out of America’
Hillary Clintonhad strong words for the Trump administration and Republicans on Friday while addressing the American Federation of Teachers, saying the fundamental rights of Americans are what’s at stake this November.Speakingat the labor union’s conference in Pittsburgh,Mrs. Clintonslammed the admi
The same day Trump asked Russia to find Hillary Clinton's missing emails, they tried to hack Clinton-affiliated emails
"Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing," Trump saidat a press conferenceon July 27, 2016, referring to emails deleted from Clinton's personal email accounts. "I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press."
Peter Strzok says he can't recall changing Hillary Clinton exoneration statement on his computer
FBI official Peter Strzok testified Thursday that he can't recall using his work computer to soften the wording of a statement exonerating Hillary Clinton of mishandling classified information.Strzok conceded during a joint hearing of the House Oversight and Judiciary committees that metadata indica
Hillary Clinton top aide Huma Abedin's former posh home is scene of grisly trash compactor death
The grisly discovery was made Tuesday afternoon at Zeckendorf Towers – a property that Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin and estranged husband Anthony Weiner used to call home,the New York Post reported, citing tenants and public records.
FBI employees' support for their leadership has decreased, survey shows
The survey,obtained by the national security blog Lawfarethrough a FOIA lawsuit, reveals that employees do not necessarily agree with FBI Director Christopher Wray's "vision."
CNN's Brian Stelter: Sean Hannity should heed Rod Rosenstein's warning to political pundits
CNN's Brian Stelter called out Fox News host Sean Hannity on Sunday, advising the staunch Trump ally to heed Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's "warning" to political pundits.On Friday, Rosenstein announced special counsel Robert Mueller's indictment, which charges 12 Russian officials with en
Opinion | Nick Trickett: Trump and NATO still need each other. Mueller’s new Russian indictments prove it.
Whether Trump likes it or not, it's in the best interests of all NATO allies to stay united in the face of potential threats, from Russia and elsewhere.
Opinion | All Christians Are Problematic, Even Me And You
Let’s be honest, Christians. For professing a belief in a relatively unpredictable God, we have incredibly predictable defensive patterns whenever people question or critique our religion.
As Trump meets Putin, will the king of the deal finally make one?
HELSINKI — President Donald Trump thinks of himself as the king of the deal, but as he sits down with Russian President Vladimir Putin here Monday, there's scant evidence that he's been able to translate his business-world philosophy into effective bargaining on the international stage or at home.
Hillary Clinton Isn’t Likely to Run in 2020. But . . . | National Review
Hillary Clinton speaks at an event in New York City in 2016.(File photo: Lucas Jackson/Reuters)As discussed on today’sThree Martini Lunchpodcast,Michael Goodwin’s columnspeculating that Hillary Clinton may run for president in 2020 is based on some pretty thin evidence — basically that Hillary Clint
Panel discussion: Adrienne Elrod, Bre Payton discuss possible Hillary Clinton return and the Trump administration's apparent opposition to breastfeeding
IsHillary Clintoncontemplating a 2020 run for the presidency, or is she simply trying to retain some influence over the Democratic Party? How damaging are the accusations that Rep.Jim Jordan(R-Ohio) knew about possible sexual abuse of collegiate wrestlers he coached several decades ago?
Trump calls Strzok 'a disgrace to our country'
Washington (CNN)On the verge of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, US President Donald Trump railed against the Russia investigation and embattled FBI agent Peter Strzok, calling the agent "a disgrace to our country" and saying the investigation "hurts our relationship with Russia."
Opinion | Putin must wonder what else America knows about Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin in Qingdao, China, on June 10. (Mikhail Metzel/TASS via Getty Images)