Bloomberg – Hillary Clinton E-Mail Must Be Moved to Archives, Group Says in Suit

Cause of Action asked a judge in Washington to rule the presidential contender broke the Federal Records Act.

Washington Free Beacon: Ex-Im Official Deleted Text Messages After FOIA Request

A top official at a controversial U.S. export finance agency deleted text messages sent within days of the 2014 midterm elections after a watchdog group filed an open records request for the messages.

Washington Examiner: State Department preparing to probe Clinton email scandal

Records from the State Department’s office of inspector general reveal the agency watchdog has taken early steps toward investigating Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email address and server during her time as secretary of state.

Washington Examiner: Acting IGs at State Dept., National Archives ignored looming Clinton email scandal

A years-long vacancy in the State Department’s Office of inspector general allowed Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email account and server to hide her public records to continue unchecked, experts told a Senate committee Wednesday.

Fox News: HRC EMAILS: Federal officials voiced growing alarm over Clinton’s compliance with records laws, documents show

Over a five-year span, senior officials at the National Archives and Records Administrations (NARA) voiced growing alarm about Hillary Clinton’s record-keeping practices as secretary of state, according to internal documents shared with Fox News.

Dan Epstein Discusses Recently Uncovered Government Documents That Reveal Critical Faults with the Federal Records Archiving System

Dan Epstein speaks with Fox News’ James Rosen about recently uncovered govt. documents that reveal critical faults with the federal records archiving system

Washington Examiner: How FOIA is pulling back the curtain on Clinton emails

Internal State Department documents from Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state have slowly made their way to the public through the Freedom of Information Act as Congress fights to reform what many see as a broken transparency law.