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Wait, Hillary Clinton still has a State Department security clearance?

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Hillary Clinton and her staffers still have active State Department security clearances, meaning they still have access to classified intelligence, according to Fox News’ Malia Zimmerman.

However, Clinton and her aides are in danger of losing that access now that the State Department has opened a “formal inquiry” into whether she and her team mishandled classified information when she served at the top spot at Foggy Bottom.

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GOP Rep. Mo Brooks: Congress Needs National Reciprocity on concealed carry

Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow noted Brooks’ support of legislation to provide national concealed carry ability to members of Congress. Marlow said, “Your suggestion is arming all members of Congress so that they can have concealed carry. Give us a sense of what this legislation would look like and the viability it could have in the Congress.”

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CIA Fired Employees Hacking Vending Machines, Stealing Candy

The CIA dismissed a number of contracted employees who admitted to hacking vending machines and stealing around $3,000 worth of candy and snacks, according to a recently declassified report.

The employees were able to bypass the payment system known as FreedomPay used by the CIA’s vending machines to get free food between October 2012 and March 2013, according to an Office of the Inspector General (OIG) report obtained by BuzzFeed News.

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Jeh Johnson testifies DNC rejected DHS help on hack, Russia meddling did not alter ballots

Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson testified Wednesday that the Democratic National Committee last year turned down his agency’s offer to help protect its network despite being warned about a hack.

He also confirmed that while Russia, at the direction of President Vladimir Putin, orchestrated cyberattacks on the United States to influence the 2016 presidential election, Moscow was unable to actually alter ballots.

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Gallup: Hillary Clinton ‘Unique’ in Having No Post-Election Gain in Favorability Ratings

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is viewed no more favorably now than she was before last year’s election, a rare feat since, according to Gallup’s polling, “over the past quarter century, the favorable ratings of losing presidential candidates generally have increased after the election — some in the immediate aftermath and others in the months that followed.”

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Bill Cosby Jury Had 2 Not Guilty Holdouts in Sexual Assault Trial

Jurors in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial reportedly voted to convict the comedian on 2 counts of sexual assault by a vote of 10 – 2. A juror broke the silence after the verdict by telling ABC News 10 of the jurors believed Cosby digitally penetrated Andrea Constand without her consent, and also believed he drugged her. On the third count — that she was unconscious or unaware — the vote was 11 – 1 in favor of acquittal.

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Suspect attempts home invasion, victims beat him up instead

A home invasion suspect got more than he bargained for after his victims turned the tables on him.

According to WRCB-TV, police arrested 22-year-old Calvin Carter III Monday, charging him with first-degree attempted murder, especially aggravated burglary, reckless endangerment, and three counts of aggravated assault.

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Dash Cam Video in Philando Castile Case Released

Days after Jeronimo Yanez was acquitted in the killing of Philando Castile, authorities released thousands of pages of investigative reports and dramatic dashcam footage showing how a routine traffic stop turned deadly in seconds.

It was the first view outside the courtroom of the footage of St. Anthony police officer Yanez firing seven shots into Castile’s car last year, killing him as viewers watched the aftermath on Facebook Live. The July 6 shooting thrust Minnesota into the national debate over police use of force and racial profiling.

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Larry Elder: Minimum Wage Laws are Destroying Jobs–Just as Predicted

In the ’60s my parents opened a small diner near downtown Los Angeles. As a child, I watched my parents sitting at the kitchen table, discussing their plans for what they considered a huge expansion of the business — hiring a dishwasher. But my parents kept putting off the decision, in large part because of a proposed minimum-wage hike. This would’ve made the additional employee, as I recall my parents concluding, “too expensive.”

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