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Hillary Clinton’s Email: the Definitive Timeline

2008 December: President Obama nominates Hillary Clinton for secretary of state. 2009 Jan. 13: Reports say the clintonemail.com domain was established. Jan. 21: Senate confirms Clinton as secretary of state. March 18: Clinton will later name this as the date she began using a private server for government business. 2012 Sept. 11: Islamic extremists launch […]

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Wikipedia’s Dark Side

Science? Religion? Personalities? Politics? Who’s really controlling Wikipedia content? You might be surprised to learn how often unseen special interests and PR firms with an agenda are influencing what you see on the world’s most popular encyclopedia. If one of these forces is acting as an editor to control a Wikipedia page or topic for a client, […]

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Computer intrusions and Washington smears

The following is an opinion and analysis  Why did Washington Post gossip blogger Erik Wemple appeal to Hillary Clinton confidant Philippe Reines for a “wide-ranging discussion” about me in 2013 (the year CBS News first confirmed the intrusion and exfiltration of files from my computer by uninvited, outsiders)? And why was Wemple willing to let Reines “stipulate” […]

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Terror’s southern border access

It’s a good time to revisit a report I did for CBS News Sunday Morning Jan. 13, 2013 about the fear FBI and Border Patrol agents express: that terrorists can easily slip in across the southern U.S. border. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/over-the-line-fighting-corruption-on-our-border/ (Excerpt) …But investigators say what worries them even more is the serious threat to national security […]

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Investigation: The US government’s 9/11 secrets (VIDEO)

Here’s a preview of my new program, “Full Measure,” which begins Sunday mornings Oct. 4. This story looks at shocking secrets the U.S. government is still keeping 14 years after 9/11. Fourteen years after Sept. 11, 2001, one of the last, great mysteries surrounding the terrorist attacks has yet to be unmasked: 28 pages from […]

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When the FBI lied about Wen Ho Lee’s polygraph

In 2000, I reported on the FBI’s misrepresentation of the polygraph results of an accused spy for the Chinese: Wen Ho Lee. Later in the case, after Lee had been held in solitary confinement, the judge apologized to him and admonished the government for its misconduct and misrepresentations in the case. Lee was eventually paid […]

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U.S. Govt. “Routinely Breaks Freedom of Info. Laws”

In June of 2015, the House Oversight Committee convened hearings to examine failure of the government to comply with federal Freedom of Information Law. The witness list is below. “The hearing on Tuesday began with Sharyl Attkisson, a former CBS journalist, who called FOIA ‘a pointless, useless, shadow of its intended self’ that is ‘broken […]

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Veterans Affairs Inspector General Steps Down Amid Controversy

Veterans Affairs Inspector General Richard Griffin is stepping down from his watchdog post amid allegations that he has been obstructing Congress’ investigation into the “Candy Land” VA hospital in Wisconsin. As I reported last week: A congressional investigation into a “Candy Land” physician who allegedly “doped up” and “zombified” veterans has uncovered disturbing new details. […]

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The Red Cross’ Secret Disaster

(This article was first published Oct. 29) A new investigation by ProPublica and NPR finds a botched response by the Red Cross after Sandy and Isaac leaving behind “a trail of unmet needs and acrimony.” The news organizations pulled from confidential reports and internal emails, as well as accounts from disaster relief specialists. According to […]

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Why the Left Wing Blog Media Matters Gets So Worked Up About Facts

Why the liberal blog Media Matters works itself up into such a tizzy over any reporting (and reporters) that it perceives as a threat to its interests.  But I think most anybody who’s even heard of them already knew this. Read article on Hillary Clinton’s mention of Media Matters Share      

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