WASHINGTON -- IT says a lot about our relationship with Hillary Clinton that she seems well on her way to becoming Madam President because she's not getting indicted.
If she were still at the State Department, she could be getting fired for being, as the F.B.I. director told Congress, "extremely careless" with top-secret information. Instead, she's on a glide path to a big promotion. read more
Yesterday, two witnesses who worked for Platte River Networks, the Colorado-based firm that managed the Clinton server after Hillary left the State Department, pleaded the Fifth before the House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing titled "Examining Preservation of State Department Records." read more
rruption: What is it about Democrats and the State Department? Despite their repeated claims of transparency, it turns out that both Hillary Clinton and current Secretary of State John Kerry used their positions to enrich members of their own families -- at taxpayer expense.
As the murky ties between the Clinton Foundation and Hillary's State Department become clearer, a new report from the Daily Caller notes that current Secretary of State Kerry's daughter received money for her nonprofit group from State. read more
It is said that history turns on small hinges, and now maybe the presidential race does, too. For hinges don't get much smaller than the 20-second video of Hillary Clinton collapsing and being lifted into her security vehicle.
Without it, Americans would still be clueless about Clinton's serious health issues. Because of it, she was forced to admit she has pneumonia. read more