Monthly Archives: October, 2016
Sunday, a new poll released shows more than 30 percent of likely voters say they are less inclined to support Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton after the FBI announced Friday the agency is reviewing newly-discovered emails potentially related to Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state. Advertisements
As a powerful coalition of forces converges on Mosul in what promises to be a fierce battle to retake ISIS’ Iraqi stronghold, some players inside the black-clad jihadist army are delivering many of the most damaging blows.
Huma Abedin reportedly has said she does not know how tens of thousands of emails related to the FBI investigation of her boss’ personal server were found on a laptop she shared with her now-estranged husband, former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner.
Donald Trump declared the FBI’s renewed investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, coming just 11 days before Election Day, shows newly uncovered emails must reveal “a most egregious criminal offense.”
Hillary Clinton has campaigned on a largely populist message about helping the underclass in which she and surrogates frequently refer to her post-law school job working for the Children’s Defense Fund.
Friday the FBI said it had uncovered news emails related to its investigation of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton‘s handling of classified information while conducting a separate investigation into the pervy sexting habits of former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner. Weiner of course is the estranged husband of Hillary’s closest aide, Huma Abedin who herself figures …
Hillary Clinton’s State Department spent millions of taxpayer dollars on lavish goods and frivolous initiatives, such as a $5.4 million “no-bid contract for crystal stemware” and $630,000 to “increase Facebook likes on four State Department pages.” Fox News
Negotiations between a Massachusetts town and an Islamic group are at a standstill after officials rejected the group’s latest proposal for a Muslim cemetery on abandoned farmland.