ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos has given $50,000 to the Clinton Foundation in recent years, charitable contributions that he did not publicly disclose while reporting on the Clintons or their nonprofit organization, the On Media blog has learned. In 2012, 2013 and 2014, Stephanopoulos made $25,000 donations to the 501 nonprofit founded by former President Bill Clinton, the foundation's records show. Stephanopoulos never disclosed this information to viewers, even when interviewing author Peter Schweizer last month about his book Clinton Cash, which alleges that donations to the foundation may have influenced some of Hillary Clinton's actions as secretary of state.
"Statistically, it's pretty unlikely that an 11-year hiatus in warming, like the one we saw at the start of this century, would occur if the underlying human-caused warming was progressing at a rate as fast as the most severe IPCC projections," Brown said. "Hiatus periods of 11 years or longer are more likely to occur under a middle-of-the-road scenario."
In New Hampshire on Friday evening, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) plans to call on Hillary Clinton to return any money the Clinton Foundation received from Saudi Arabia or any countries that abuse the rights of women.
In remarks for delivery to a Republican dinner, Paul says: "There has been much talk of a war on women. There is indeed a war on women -- in Saudi Arabia. When Hillary Clinton claims she will support women's rights, ask her why she accepted millions of dollars from" -- and then he plans to mention specific countries
Long-time trusted Clinton confidant James Carville inadvertently admitted over the weekend on ABC's This Week that Hillary Clinton probably used a private email address and server in order to avoid Congressional oversight or scrutiny.
"I suspect she didn't want Louie Gohmert rifling through her emails," Carville said. read more