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More Hillary Clinton Emails Released, Including 3 Now ‘Secret’

In the State Department’s latest batch of 551 emails from the personal server of Hillary Clinton, 84 contained information that has now been deemed classified.

February 13 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Sanders releases S.C. ad in bid to gain minority support

Never mind polls and endorsements favoring Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders isn’t ceding support from minority voters in South Carolina.         

February 13 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

New Sanders ad features Martin Luther King Jr.

Bernie Sanders is using the words of Martin Luther King Jr. in a new television ad to appeal to black voters in South Carolina.

February 13 CNN POLITICS

First Draft: At Rally in Rivals’ Home State, Donald Trump Boasts of Florida Jobs Record

Donald J. Trump, campaigning in Tampa, pointed to his business experiences in Florida.

February 13 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

2016 presidential campaign to top Sunday talk shows

GOP presidential candidates will make the rounds following their Saturday night debate.         

February 13 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Remaining GOP candidates face off in S.C.

Six Republican presidential candidates will face off on the debate stage Saturday night, exactly one week before South Carolina voters head to the polls in the ...

February 13 CNN POLITICS

Newt Gingrich Defends Kasich on Defense

Newt Gingrich, the man who won the South Carolina GOP primary in 2012, is defending John Kasich in a campaign-trail dispute that underscores the importance of ...

February 13 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Tighter limits on appeal rights of VA execs being considered

Senior executives at the Veterans Affairs Department would be even further restricted in their rights to challenge disciplinary actions against them under a ...

February 12 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Obama bequeaths praise legacy for federal employees in his final budget

In the last budget proposal of Barack Obama’s presidency, he bequeathed his workforce strong words of praise, even if he couldn’t leave them much money. The ...

February 11 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Homeland Security to amp up social media screening to stop terrorism, Johnson says

The Department of Homeland Security is expanding its social media presence in an effort to protect the country, reacting to growing concern over terrorists ...

February 11 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)