Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke from the State Department Tuesday, hours after President Trump announced he would be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
The State Department struck a deal with Hillary Clinton and her top aide Huma Abedin that allowed them to remove electronic and physical records they claimed were “personal” and “unclassified, non-record materials,” according to Judicial Watch.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said "all options have to be on the table" with the North Korean nuclear threat.
A federal judge is ordering the State Department to try again to find emails top Hillary Clinton aides wrote about the Benghazi attack.
Following the decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold the suspension of President Donald Trump's travel ban, 72 percent of refugees admitted to the country are from the seven Muslim-majority countries listed in the ban.
A longtime maid for the Clinton family was privy to numerous classified government documents--and was at times actively told to handle them, Fox & Friends reported.
Rudy Giuliani says that troubling revelations about the FBI's investigations related to Hillary Clinton are just more evidence that the Democratic nominee is a "corrupt person."
A new video has surfaced that appears to show then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recording a video warning her colleagues about the dangers of insufficient cyber security.
Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) is renewing his request for the State Department to immediately suspend the security clearances of Hillary Clinton and several of her former aides.
State Department spokesperson John Kirby says there is no truth to the allegation that a senior State Department official offered an FBI agent a "quid pro quo" to change the classification marking on a document accumulated in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted on The Kelly File to revelations that a friend of Hillary Clinton's, then an undersecretary of state for John F. Kerry, offered a "quid pro quo" to an FBI agent to change the classification marking on a document accumulated in the Clinton email scandal investigation.
Catherine Herridge reported today that there may have been "classification code monkey business" at the State Department during the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.