I took a look at some new emails released on Tuesday by Wikileaks that appear show an interesting conversation took place between two of Hillary Clinton’s top allies on the day The New York Times published its report on her use of private email server at the State Department. Here’s the back story. The March 2, […]
A city clerk in Green Bay, Wisconsin opposed an early-voter site at a local university because such a thing might help Democrats, according to an email obtained by The Nation. What’s interesting is that she was apparently working within her own understanding of the law.
The most recent Wikileaks release includes an email from top Clinton aide Cheryl Mills that suggests Hillary Clinton’s team was concerned after President Obama said he first learned about the private email server from the news.
Trump’s willfully-blind supporters cheer fervently at his promises to unilaterally repeal federal legislation; nothing could be more illustrative of the dangers to which this man has exposed the American government
Another report is hot off the press and, once again, it's not shedding a good light on Donald Trump's ability, to, uh, handle money.
By Chris White 09:54 pm, Monday
The wife of imprisoned former Subway pitchman Jared Fogel has filed a lawsuit claiming the company received reports about his “sexual interest in and activity with children” beginning in at least 2004. While the allegations against Subway are surely troubling, Fogel’s ex-wife faces an uphill battle to prove she suffered legal damages based on the company’s alleged inaction.