Members of the media and others stake out their area, set up ladders and camp out across the street from the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital where Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is due to give birth in the next couple weeks.
G: Bryan Pagliano, the person who operated and maintained Hillary's e-mail server, told investigators that in 2009, two State Department IT specialists asked him whether he was aware of the clintonemail.com domain, then asked him to relay to Clinton’s team that the server could be a federal records retention issue. Pagliano conveyed the message to Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff during her tenure as secretary of State. But then, they granted Cheryl Mills immunity? It's obvious from Pagliano's testimony that Hillary Clinton knew early on that she would be violating federal records retention but she pressed ahead anyway and then, after getting a subpoena from Congress, deleted the emails, defying the subpoena. So the New York Times apparently doesn't care about issues like that because apparently they are not achieving the highest standards of journalism and reporting the real news any longer.