Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, on Wednesday sent a letter outlining a string of problems that she said observers from her office have witnessed at a Republican-led recount of the 2020 presidential election results in Arizona’s largest county.
New documents, firsthand accounts and statements by President Trump himself that corroborate the claims have emerged on a near-daily basis.
Hillary Clinton wrote 104 emails that she sent using her private server while secretary of state that the government has since said contain classified information, according to a new Washington Post analysis of Clintons publicly released correspondence.
While Hillary Clinton barely edged Bernie Sanders to win the Iowa caucuses, one thing became clear Monday night: The race for the Democratic presidential nomination is turning into a battle of the ages.
The State Department has concluded there is "top secret" material in Hillary Clinton's email correspondence from the time she was secretary of state, indicating that some of her emails will never be released, even in heavily redacted form, because they are too sensitive for the public to view.
In September, Adam Schneider, the liberal mayor of the New Jersey shore town of Long Branch, was having trouble with the state utility board. After repeatedly getting the run-around, Schneider decided to instead try his luck with the office of Gov. Chris Christie.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin -- though derided on the left and recently dismissed by former Vice President Dick Cheney as a poor pick in 2008 -- is nevertheless proving her enduring power within the Republican Party in the most concrete of ways: She keeps picking winners.