Republicans claim the president's son wrote a 2014 email with inside information. But the facts he cited could be found in news reports at the time.
A social media post purports to show that Presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and Joe Biden have been less careful about protecting classified documents than Donald Trump has been. But the comparison is built on distortions.
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images.)Plus, Ronna McDaniel seeks to unite the RNC after her reelection.The post Pompeo Sounds Off on Classified Documents Scandal appeared first on The Dispatch.
The FBI in August seized documents at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. Trump sued to challenge the seizure, but later lost. The Justice Department’s investigation into Trump’s possession of the classified documents continues.
Inside of a filing cabinet containing confidential documentsRecent document security breaches bring attention to America’s over-classification problem.The post ‘When Everything is Classified, Nothing is Classified’ appeared first on The Dispatch.
There are many unanswered questions about the documents found at President Joe Biden’s home and office. Here is a timeline of the events, based on news reports and statements by Biden, his lawyers and White House officials.
President Joe Biden has been grappling with the discovery of classified documents at two locations: his post-vice presidential office in Washington, D.C., and his home in Wilmington, Delaware. U.S. Attorney […] The post Can classified documents b
“Classified documents can never be taken out of a (sensitive compartmented information facility), ever.”
During a “60 Minutes” interview back on Sept. 18, CBS’ Scott Pelley asked President Joe Biden what he thought about the recently released image of top-secret documents that FBI agents had discovered during a search of former Presiden
A binder containing classified material marked Secret sits on the witness table during a Senate hearing. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)How Joe Biden’s classified material should have been handled at the end of the Obama administr
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On January 9 2023, conspiracy theorist Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Georgia) tweeted that U.S. President Joe Biden “took classified documents from the White House,” claiming that the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the National Archives
The Justice Department is reviewing the circumstances surrounding the discovery of classified documents by personal lawyers for President Joe Biden inside his former office in November. The White House publicly acknowledged the federal review this wee
Here are answers to key questions regarding the discovery in Biden's office and home that has echoes of the investigation of former president Donald Trump.
Both Trump and Biden had classified documents stored in unauthorized locations. But experts said what is known so far suggests there are important differences, including the number of documents involved and how the Biden and Trump legal teams responded.
Sen. John Kennedy did not release any classified documents or accuse FBI Director Christopher Wray of having a deal with Hunter Biden.
Does a video posted on Facebook show Sen. John Kennedy releasing classified documents in the Senate or declaring that an interlocutor had "a deal" with President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden? No, that's not true: The video shows Kennedy
The facility was controlled, managed, and used exclusively by National Archives and Records Administration and Obama Foundation had no access to it.
In August, after the FBI seized documents from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, Trump wrongly charged his predecessor with keeping “33 million pages of documents, much of […] The post Claims about Obama Founda
“The Obama Foundation stored classified documents in an abandoned furniture warehouse.”
Presidential papers have been stored in unexpected spaces before.
Can a president of the United States declassify classified documents and information by simply saying "it's declassified" or by just "thinking about it"? No, that's not true: There is a procedure for presidents to declassify documents and
“I had zero emails that were classified.”
Clinton marked a contrast with Trump over whether her emails were marked as classified -- and recent investigations conducted under Trump has bolstered her case.
The FBI on Aug. 8 executed a search warrant at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property in Florida. A federal judge magistrate signed the warrant after “finding probable cause that evidence of multiple federal crimes would be fou
Former Vice President Mike Pence said that he didn’t take any classified information with him when he left office.
Does a video show "Rep. John Haller" of Pennsylvania reading through the "HR 8791 -- the Homeland Terrorism Preparedness Bill" and interrupting his reading by repeatedly saying material is "classified"? No, that's not true: There was no R
(Photo by Jack Gruber-Pool/Getty Images)In an attempt to defend himself against reports that he has classified documents in his Florida residence, Donald Trump in a statement on Friday (since deleted from his website) said Barack Obama “kept 33 m
There are several degrees of classification.
The search warrant served on former President Donald Trump has raised some novel legal questions involving national-security classification. Could Trump say he declassified the documents in question before leaving office? We asked legal experts.
REVIEW The recent monkeypox outbreak has led to the disease spreading in dozens of countries where it isn’t normally found. There have been over 25,000 cases and a small number of deaths, leading to the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring a
Did the U.S. Navy encounter real UFOs in July 2019 and shoot "hundreds of bullets" at them? No, that's not true: The Navy defined the objects as "unmanned aerial systems" (UAS), or as news reports described them, drones. The objects were
Classified documents from Ukraine “confirm without a shadow of a doubt” that the Ukraine government was “covertly preparing an offensive operation against Donbas, scheduled for March 2022.”
The document is the first investigative record to be disclosed since President Joe Biden ordered a declassification review of materials that for years have remained out of public view.
The papers included plans for a possible U.K. military presence in Afghanistan.
The B.1.617, first found in India in 2020, is classified as a coronavirus variant of global concern by WHO due to its increased transmissibility.
Social media posts in South Korea claim the United Nations (UN) has reclassified 18 to 65-year-olds as “youth”. The claim is false: representatives from various UN agencies said there was no such system, and UN publications define “youth” a
A picture appeared to show military and government officials closing in on a crashed UFO that looked like a flying saucer alien spacecraft.