Recently leaked e-mails published by WikiLeaks show that Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department, Cheryl Mills, was also — at the same time — an advisor to the Clinton Foundation. The e-mails show that — while working her “day job” at the State Department (with Hillary as her boss) — Mills was working as an advisor to help restructure the Clinton Foundation (with Hillary as her boss). The lines between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation were so blurred, it would be hard to say where one ended and the other began.

Among the e-mails released on October 10 by WikiLeaks were several indicating that the Clinton campaign exercised veto power over the content of a New York Times report — and that a CNBC reporter offered advice to the Clinton campaign.

A top UN human rights official has declared that Donald Trump is "dangerous," raising the question of to whom is he dangerous?

When Laura Pressley lost a race for the Austin City Council despite strong poll numbers, she suspected vote fraud. When she tried to investigate, she was stymied at every turn.

Hillary Clinton has complained about a supposed “War on Women,” but many say that she has long waged her own war on women. Leveling this charge most recently is Kathy Shelton, who at 12 years of age was raped by a 41-year-old man — and then, she says, was raped psychologically by Clinton.

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