Residents of Laie, Hawaii are expressing support for Manti Te'o. The Notre Dame football star claims he was victim of a hoax involving an imaginary dying girlfriend. (Jan. 18)
J G: The head of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign failed to disclose his role on the board of an energy company that received as much as $35 million in funds from Rusnano, a Kremlin-backed investment fund, according to a new report. The report, published by the Government Accountability Institute, said that John Podesta, who served as President Bill Clinton's chief of staff and this year as chairman of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, joined the board of three related companies in 2011 for what was referred to in a press release as his "considerable expertise ... in the realm of public policy [and] partnering with the public sector." Of course the Clintons have had business with the Russian Federation before. The Uranium One scandal shows that Hillary Clinton pedeled her influence in the State Department for approval of the sale of strategic assets.