The State Department’s mission includes “advancing freedom for the benefit of the American people and the international community.” The department helps to build more democratic and well-governed states and reduce widespread poverty. The State Department works jointly with the U.S. Agency for International Development to implement U.S. foreign policy and development assistance.Web site »
REUTERS/Joe Skipper - Democratic U.S presidential candidate Hillary Clinton makes a speech on Cuban relations at Florida International University in Miami, Florida July 31, 2015.
Hillary's classified e-mails: Much ado about nothing (most likely)
August 13, 2015, Richard Lempert
Hillary Clinton recently announced she's turning over the contents of her personal email account to the Justice Department. In this post, Richard Lempert looks at the implications for classified information.
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