The former volunteer neighborhood watchman acquitted in the 2012 shooting death of a black Florida teen lashed out at President Obama and said he feels no guilt in the racially charged case that galvanized the country.
In a 13-minute video posted on the website of his lawyer, George Zimmerman says the Obama administration acted irresponsibly in publicly expressing empathy for the family of Trayvon Martin, who died in Feb. 26, 2012, in Sanford, Fla., during a scuffle with Zimmerman. read more
David Corn: The Hillary Clinton email kerfuffle has revealed that high-tech record-fiddling is a bipartisan phenomenon. It has also showed that for many pols hypocrisy is no reason to forego a political attack. Jeb Bush eagerly slammed HRC for her email shenanigans, despite the fact that he, too, relied upon a private server when he was governor and after leaving office vetted his gubernatorial emails before making them public. Now comes Mitt Romney. In an interview with Katie Couric of Yahoo, the failed Republican presidential candidate blasted Clinton for her (indeed problematic and rules-defying) management of the emails she sent and received as secretary of state. Romney called this "mess" an example of "Clintons behaving badly." read more
Amid the press furor over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton opting to use private email, and not a government email address, some are now raising important questions about if those who are investigating her such as the chairmen of congressional committees who deal with sensitive information during the course of investigations are themselves using private email.
Take, for example, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), who succeeded Rep .Darrell Issa (R-CA) to be head of the House's Government Oversight committee. Chaffetz's business card lists a Gmail address, as shown here read more