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  • Hillary Clinton email trove reviewed for release, security

    The government will examine thousands of Hillary Rodham Clinton's emails for public release — and for possible security lapses — after revelations she used a private account to conduct official business as secretary of state, a senior State...
  • Mummified woman was dead for 5 years and no one knew

    DETROIT Sometimes, Pia Farrenkopf's family wouldn't hear from her for years at a time. No letters. No visits. No phone calls. No hint of how the Pontiac, Mich. woman was, where she was or how she was living her life. And then one day, one relative or...
  • Clinton's open pledge leaves no access for emails she kept

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton says she wants the public to see her emails. But there are some that voters may never see: the ones she didn't give to the government. Clinton used a private server and email address while U.S. secretary of state, and the law...
  • Clinton requests State Dept. release her emails following Benghazi probe subpoena

    Clinton requests State Dept. release her emails following Benghazi probe subpoena
    A House committee investigating the Benghazi, Libya, attacks issued subpoenas Wednesday for the emails of Hillary Rodham Clinton, who used a private account exclusively for official business when she was secretary of state — and also used a computer...
  • Obama administration should live up to hyped transparency

    The following editorial appeared in The Seattle Times on Wednesday, March 4: President Barack Obama continues to boast that he runs "the most transparent administration in history" with a straight face. But the claim doesn't even pass the giggle test....
  • Officers concerned about bill mandating SC cops wear cameras

    A bill to require all South Carolina police officers to wear body cameras raises privacy and financial concerns, some law officers told a state Senate panel Wednesday. The legislation would make it mandatory for all law officers in South Carolina to wear...
  • Tech Center developer proposed school bus facility location in Newport News

     Tech Center developer proposed school bus facility location in Newport News
    The developer of the Tech Center has proposed a new location for a school bus facility that stands in the way of the research park portion of the project, according to documents obtained by the Daily Press. The Tech Center is a retail, residential and...
  • Source: Obama counsel not aware of Clinton's email practice

    The White House counsel's office was not aware at the time Hillary Rodham Clinton was secretary of state that she relied solely on personal email and only found out as part of the congressional investigation into the Benghazi attack, according to a person...
  • Legislators Urged To Undo Court Ruling That Lets Police Suppress Arrest Details

    Legislators Urged To Undo Court Ruling That Lets Police Suppress Arrest Details
    Police departments in Connecticut don't have to release much information about arrests that they make — not in a timely manner, anyway — and open-government advocates are now saying that legislators need to pass a bill to increase disclosure...
  • Isle of Wight Schools to pay $333,000, with more to come, to workers shorted in Tyler Middle School project

    Isle of Wight Schools to pay $333,000, with more to come, to workers shorted in Tyler Middle School project
    The Isle of Wight School Board has agreed to pay more than $333,000 to construction workers who were shortchanged because of a flaw in the contract for the Georgie D. Tyler Middle School project. The $333,000 back-pay change order is the first of...
  • Glenview, Chicago suburbs seek to recoup millions lost in fraud case

    Glenview, Chicago suburbs seek to recoup millions lost in fraud case
    Glenview and dozens of Chicago suburbs are attempting to recover millions lost in allegedly fraudulent investments. Glenview had more than $50 million invested with Illinois Metropolitan Investment Fund, but withdrew all but $1.4 million when the...