Clinton tells FBI she could not recall all briefings on preserving documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton, under questioning by federal investigators over whether she had been briefed on how to preserve government records as she was about to leave the State Department, said she had suffered a concussion, was working part-time and could not recall every briefing she received.

Clinton tells FBI she could not recall all briefings on preserving documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton, under questioning by federal investigators over whether she had been briefed on how to preserve government records as she was about to leave the State Department, said she had suffered a concussion, was working part-time and could not recall every briefing she received.

Clinton tells FBI she could not recall all briefings on preserving documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton, under questioning by federal investigators over whether she had been briefed on how to preserve government records as she was about to leave the State Department, said she had suffered a concussion, was working part-time and could not recall every briefing she received.

Clinton tells FBI she could not recall all briefings on preserving documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton, under questioning by federal investigators over whether she had been briefed on how to preserve government records as she was about to leave the State Department, said she had suffered a concussion, was working part-time and could not recall every briefing she received.

Clinton tells FBI she could not recall all briefings on preserving documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton, under questioning by federal investigators over whether she had been briefed on how to preserve government records as she was about to leave the State Department, said she had suffered a concussion, was working part-time and could not recall every briefing she received.

Clinton tells FBI she could not recall all briefings on preserving documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton, under questioning by federal investigators over whether she had been briefed on how to preserve government records as she was about to leave the State Department, said she had suffered a concussion, was working part-time and could not recall every briefing she received.

Clinton tells FBI she could not recall all briefings on preserving documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton, under questioning by federal investigators over whether she had been briefed on how to preserve government records as she was about to leave the State Department, said she had suffered a concussion, was working part-time and could not recall every briefing she received.

Ignoring the Pentagon’s Multi-Trillion-Dollar Accounting Error

Reuters (8/19/16) had one of the few media reports on the Pentagon’s mammoth accounting errors. In 2014, the New York Times (10/12/14) ran a major investigative piece by reporter James Risen about several billion dollars gone missing, part of a shipment of pallets of $12 billion–$14 billion in C-notes that had been flown from the…

Ignoring the Pentagon’s Multi-Trillion-Dollar Accounting Error

Reuters (8/19/16) had one of the few media reports on the Pentagon’s mammoth accounting errors. In 2014, the New York Times (10/12/14) ran a major investigative piece by reporter James Risen about several billion dollars gone missing, part of a shipment of pallets of $12 billion–$14 billion in C-notes that had been flown from the…

Ignoring the Pentagon’s Multi-Trillion-Dollar Accounting Error

Reuters (8/19/16) had one of the few media reports on the Pentagon’s mammoth accounting errors. In 2014, the New York Times (10/12/14) ran a major investigative piece by reporter James Risen about several billion dollars gone missing, part of a shipment of pallets of $12 billion–$14 billion in C-notes that had been flown from the…

Ignoring the Pentagon’s Multi-Trillion-Dollar Accounting Error

Reuters (8/19/16) had one of the few media reports on the Pentagon’s mammoth accounting errors. In 2014, the New York Times (10/12/14) ran a major investigative piece by reporter James Risen about several billion dollars gone missing, part of a shipment of pallets of $12 billion–$14 billion in C-notes that had been flown from the…

Ignoring the Pentagon’s Multi-Trillion-Dollar Accounting Error

Reuters (8/19/16) had one of the few media reports on the Pentagon’s mammoth accounting errors. In 2014, the New York Times (10/12/14) ran a major investigative piece by reporter James Risen about several billion dollars gone missing, part of a shipment of pallets of $12 billion–$14 billion in C-notes that had been flown from the…