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WASHINGTON — Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy told a House panel Tuesday that he never asked his senior staff whether they withheld information about a breach of an active bomb investigation at the White House complex before it was ultimately reported to him five days after the March 4 incident.
Secret Service Director Joseph P. Clancy faced criticism from lawmakers Tuesday about his handling of the allegations that two agents disrupted a bomb investigation on the night of March 4 after driving into a White House security barrier.
Just a few weeks after setting state priorities, county officials from across North Carolina headed to Washington D.C. to attend the National Association of Counties Legislative Conference to discuss legislative goals with congressional representatives.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton isn't the only federal figure in hot water for using a personal email account to conduct official government business.