Editorial: Subverting the Russia probe

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., shown here at the Capitol on Dec. 21, has raised alarms that he is trying to undermine special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election. We don't generally subscribe to the notion that Donald Trump intentionally tries to be unpresidential on Twitter to distract Americans from bad news about the investigation into Russia and the 2016 election.

Abedin Forwarded State Passwords To Yahoo Before It Was Hacked By Foreign Agents

Huma Abedin forwarded sensitive State Department emails, including passwords to government systems, to her personal Yahoo email account before every single Yahoo account was hacked, a Daily Caller News Foundation analysis of emails released as part of a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch shows. Abedin, the top aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, used her insecure personal email provider to conduct sensitive work.

‘Baloney’: Dianne Feinstein Rips ‘Sanctimonious’ Comey for Actions in Clinton Probe

In his most detailed public comments on the explosive episode, the FBI director told the Senate Judiciary Committee that his decision to disclose the preliminary investigation into newly discovered Clinton emails 11 days before the election was "one of the world's most painful experiences", but that he would do it again. In January, the Justice Department's inspector general said he would investigate whether Comey violated department guidelines in his handling of the case.

Clinton Refuses to Take Blame; Problems Ahead for Democratic Party

Working with Clinton on the effort is Dennis Cheng, her campaign finance chair , as well as Judith McHale, who was one of her undersecretaries of state, according to Politico . Sen. Ted Cruz called out FBI Director James Comey for the director's decision that Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin would walk because there was no intent on their part to break the law by their mishandling of classified information.

FBI boss felt sick over Clinton probe

James Comey, the FBI director, said he felt 'nauseous' at the thought that he affected the result of last year's US presidential election by reopening a probe into Hillary Clinton's emails days before the vote. Eleven days before Donald Trump won the race to the White House, Comey announced the decision to reopen the investigation into Clinton's use of a private email server, which led to damaging headlines for the Democratic candidate.

Clinton: Russian Hacking And James Comey Cost Me The Election

The New York Times reported that Hillary Clinton is still sour about losing to President-elect Donald J. Trump, blaming FBI Director James Comey for informing Congress of reviewing new emails found on the laptop of top aide Huma Abedin and Russia for attacking the country through cyber attacks: Hillary Clinton on Thursday night attributed her defeat to a convergence of two "unprecedented" events: the release of a letter by James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director, shortly before the election, and what she called an "attack against our country" by the Russian president, Vladimir V. Putin.

Janelle Monae shines next to Taraji P Henson and Octavia Spencer in Hidden Figures trailer

A weary-looking Hillary Clinton makes her first appearance since her concession and admits that 'coming here wasn't the easiest thing for me' and she wanted to 'never leave the house again' Rigged renovation? Now it's revealed that President-elect Trump might not even get to work out of the Oval Office for a YEAR - after Obama put off major security upgrades Rutgers professor who teaches a course on politicizing Beyonce is taken for psych evaluation by NYPD over 'threatening' tweets about 'shooting white people' Cop who shot and killed Philando Castile in front of his girlfriend who broadcast the aftermath on Facebook Live is charged with manslaughter Hidden in plain sight: The NSA's 'secret spy base inside a windowless, nuclear-bomb proof AT&T skyscraper in lower Manhattan' Breakthrough for DNA-editing: US team discovers how to fix genes to cure untreatable diseases, blindness - and ... (more)

Clinton e-mail investigation

A new shock hit Hillary Clinton's campaign Friday in the unpredictable and often unbelievable presidential race: The FBI is looking into whether there was classified information on a device belonging to the estranged husband of one of her closest aides. Adding to the drama of the stunning revelation: The FBI uncovered the emails during a sexting investigation of Anthony Weiner, the disgraced ex-congressman who is separated from longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin.

FBIa s October surprise complicates race for Clinton

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton arrives at Eastern Iowa Airport in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Friday to attend a rally. CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa >> A new shock hit Hillary Clinton's campaign Friday in the unpredictable and often unbelievable presidential race: The FBI is looking into whether there was classified information on a device belonging to the estranged husband of one of her closest aides.

FBI’s October surprise complicates race for Hillary Clinton


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A new shock hit Hillary Clinton's campaign Friday in the unpredictable and often unbelievable presidential race: The FBI is looking into whether there was classified information on a device belonging to the estranged husband of one of her closest aides. Adding to the drama of the stunning revelation: The FBI uncovered the emails during a sexting investigation of Anthony Weiner, the disgraced ex-congressman who is separated from longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin.

Email: Clinton campaign sought to cancel Wall Street speech

Hillary Clinton's campaign asked former President Bill Clinton to cancel a speech to a Wall Street investment firm last year because of concerns that the Clintons might appear to be too cozy with Wall Street just as the former secretary of state was about to announce her White House bid, newly released emails show. Clinton aides say in hacked emails released Friday by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks that Hillary Clinton did not want her husband to cancel the speech, but after a "cool down period" was eventually convinced that canceling was the right step.