When Secretary Clinton claims that everything she did was permitted, not only is she effectively blaming President Obama for allowing official government records to disappear, she is also contradicting the policies of her own State Department.

Speaker Boehner discussed the ongoing nuclear talks with Iran, the House's investigation into the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, the Pope’s upcoming address to Congress, and much more.

The Benghazi Select Committee released its March 4, 2015, subpoena of Clinton, proving she did not tell the truth when she said “I've never had a subpoena.”
If only Secretary of State John Kerry was as cooperative with congressional investigators as he is with Iran’s ayatollahs.

As Benghazi Select Committee Chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) told CBS News on Sunday, Hillary Clinton will testify as soon as the committee has what it needs to “have a constructive conversation with her.”

“I want the public to see my email,” she said. That isn’t true.

“I opted for convenience to use my personal email account … because I thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal emails instead of two,” she said. That isn’t true.

Perhaps if the U.S. Ambassador – an actual government official – had received the same direct access and attention that Blumenthal did, the outcome in Benghazi would have been different.

As it turns out, “all emails” and “every email” didn’t really mean "all emails" and "every email."

“New revelations that the Obama State Department or former Secretary Hillary Clinton withheld emails related to Benghazi and Libya from the Select Committee are outrageous."