Hillary Clinton told federal officials that it was former Secretary of State Colin Powell who told her to use the personal email account that has plagued the presidential hopeful for more than a year, reports say. During the three-and-a-half-hour interview with FBI officials that led to bureau director James Comey’s decision not to pursue criminal charges, Clinton, 68, said Powell advised her to use the account and she even inquired about his email practices during his time as Secretary of State, … read more

The Clinton Foundation could be in deep trouble now! According to a new report, several FBI probes of the charity have uncovered alleged links to corruption.
The probe is narrowing its focus on New York City, where the Foundation has its main offices, according to reports. The U.S. Attorney’s Office will be assisting in the investigation and they are sending in a heavy hitter named Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Bharara is known for being an aggressive … read more

Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic presidential nomination, but will voters be able to forget her record filled with scandals, shady characters, and lies? RadarOnline.com takes an in-depth look at the controversies that could end her campaign.
Email Scandal: The 2016 presidential campaign put Clinton’s email server under bright lights, making many voters question whether the candidate could be trusted. The scandal centered on whether the former secretary of state knowingly sent classified … read more

With all the promises that this would be an election revolutionized by Snapchat, Facebook Live, dating apps, and Meerkat, we’ve sure spent a lot of time discussing a technological relic that was around the last time there was a presidential nominee named Clinton. We’re talking, of course, about email — the topic that has haunted Hillary for the past year, and threatens to engulf the whole party this week. To be fair, email is not the only internet tool that politicians have learned makes their … read more

Hillary Clinton says that she’s held to a different “standard” – the “Hillary standard” – than other politicians partly because of the email scandal that’s plagued her for over a year. In a new sit-down with 60 Minutes ‘s Scott Pelley, Clinton – joined for the first time by runningmate Tim Kaine – admitted that her use of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State was “absolutely” a misstep. “I’ve said I [blew it],” she told Pelley, adding, “I made a mistake. I should’ve … read more

Hillary Clinton says that she’s held to a different “standard” – the “Hillary standard” – than other politicians partly because of the email scandal that’s plagued her for over a year. In a new sit-down with 60 Minutes ‘s Scott Pelley, Clinton – joined for the first time by runningmate Tim Kaine – admitted that her use of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State was “absolutely” a misstep. “I’ve said I [blew it],” she told Pelley, adding, “I made a mistake. I should’ve … read more

Donald Trump delegate and Republican New Hampshire state representative Al Baldasaro called for Hillary Clinton’s execution during a Tuesday, July 29, interview on the Jeff Kuhner Show.
“She is a disgrace for the lies that she told those mothers about their children that got killed over there in Benghazi,” Baldasaro, 59, angrily said. “She dropped the ball on over 400 emails requesting backup security.” “Something’s wrong there … This whole thing disgusts me. Hillary Clinton should … read more

RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned Hillary Clinton failed a lie-detector test about her private emails that betrayed American military secrets.
The explosive findings of a Radar investigation proved the scandal-scarred Democratic presidential candidate, her ruthless husband Bill Clinton and cronies at the FBI and U.S. State Department deliberately misled the nation so Hillary could cheat justice.
“These co-conspirators believe they’re too big to jail,” a Washington, D.C., insider told … read more

Working for Hillary Clinton could be a career-killer! RadarOnline.com has learned her top advisers might be blacklisted in Washington, D.C., for their part in her email scandal.
The FBI announced last week that they will not pursue charges against Clinton. FBI director James Comey told Congress, however, that while he could not find criminal intent in Clinton’s mishandling of her private email server, the presumptive democratic nominee and her team were “extremely careless.”
Meanwhile, the … read more

He’s finally expected to endorse Hillary. Bernie Sanders will be joining Hillary Clinton at a New Hampshire rally on Tuesday, July 12, according to a statement released by the Clinton campaign on Monday, July 11. The presumptive Democratic nominee, 68, and the Vermont senator, 74, will “discuss their commitment to building an America that is stronger together and an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top,” the statement says. The event will take place at Portsmouth High … read more

James Comey chose not to prosecute Hillary Clinton regarding her email server scandal, but recent comments from the FBI director may suggest that the bureau is actually investigating the Clinton Foundation.
Thursday, the FBI director faced down congressional Republicans who remained suspicious about Clinton’s email use, despite his decision not prosecute the presumptive democratic nominee.
Throughout the hearing, Comey was grilled on the specifics of his investigation, including how long the … read more

Paul Ryan came out swinging this week against rival Hillary Clinton, demanding that presidential candidate be stripped of any access to classified information in light of her email server scandal.
The House Speaker formally requested to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper that Clinton be denied admission “for the duration of her candidacy for president,” CNN reported.
In the letter sent on Thursday Ryan wrote, “There is no legal requirement for you to provide Secretary Clinton … read more

UPDATE, 1 ET: 
Asked whether Clinton complied with the Federal Records Keeping Act, Comey revealed, “I don’t think so … in some respects, no.”
He also admitted he believed Clinton’s server may have been hacked. “There’s no doubt it would have exposed information that was classified,” he said. Her team still denies a breach occurred.
UPDATE, 12:30 ET:
Comey reaffirmed that he could establish that Clinton was extremely careless but couldn’t prove there was criminal intent. He said, … read more

House Speaker Paul Ryan sent a formal request to the Director of National Intelligence, Wednesday, calling for Hillary Clinton’s access to classified government information be revoked during the remainder of her campaign. Ryan’s letter comes after FBI Director James Comey recommended not to prosecute Clinton in the Bureau’s investigation of the handling of her emails during the Democratic nominee’s tenure as Secretary of State. Attorney General Loretta Lynch opted on Wednesday not to press charges. … read more

FBI Director James Comey is now facing a congressional probe after his controversial decision to let Hillary Clinton off the hook for mishandling classified information on her private email server, RadarOnline.com has learned.
On Tuesday, Comey announced that the bureau had recommended Clinton not face criminal charges in the matter, despite the fact that he confirmed Clinton and her team were “extremely careless.”
But now, Comey himself will be forced to answer for that decision.
“The fact … read more