State Department attorneys said Tuesday the agency had discovered 30 Benghazi-related emails among the records recovered from Hillary Clinton's private server.
A judge asked the agency to hasten its review of the documents in preparation for release to Judicial Watch, the conservative-leaning group that filed the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
The emails were included among the roughly 15,000 emails FBI agents said they pulled from Clinton's server in the course of a year-long probe.
Others were deleted beyond recovery after the Democratic nominee's team used a digital tool called BleachBit to scrub the hardware that was eventually confiscated by law enforcement agents.
City Circle Acting Company of Coralville will hold auditions for the Fiddler on the Roof on Friday, September 30 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, October 1 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Community of Christ Church, 2121 S. Ridge Drive in Coralville. Callbacks will be held Sunday, October 2 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Auditioners should prepare 16 bars of a song that shows off their voice and their ability to tell a story. Bring sheet music. An accompanist will be provided. To schedule an audition, complete and submit the audition form at www.citycircle.org. Once you submit the form the producer will contact you with your appointment time. Walk-ins are always welcome, but those with appointments will take priority.
Winner of nine Tony awards, this classic musical by Jerry Bock (music), Sheldon Harnick (lyrics) and Joseph Stein (book) tells the story of Tevye, a Jewish dairyman in Imperial Russia at the beginning of the 20th century, who struggles to hold on to his religious and cultural traditions despite pressure to change. Perhaps the most powerful pull is that of his independent-minded daughters, who wish to choose their husbands, instead of abiding by the tradition of the matchmaker. Funny, sweet, beautiful and heartbreaking, this is a show for everyone!
Fiddler on the Roof will be performed December 9-11 and 16-18 at the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts.
Best-selling author Rick Riordan will be in Iowa City for the Iowa City Book Festival October 4 through October 9, appearing at The Englert Theatre on October 7. Tickets to the event are sold out, but the Iowa City Public Library has two to award to the winner of our Rick Riordan fan fiction writing contest.
The contest is open to students in 4th through 12th grades. The stories can be about any of Riordan’s works, but must be written by the student and no more than four pages in length.
Finished stories must be turned in at the Children’s Room Desk or Info Desk on the Library’s second floor by 5 p.m. Friday, September 23. The winner will be announced at the Library’s screening of Percy Jackson and The Olympians: The Lightning Thief and trivia contest at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, September 29, in Meeting Room A.
For more information, call the Library at 319-356-5200.
Judge Sides with Abortion Lobby over Taxpayers by Supporting Hillary Clinton's Plan to Repeal Longstanding Hyde Amendment
August 30, 2016-Des Moines, Iowa-Iowa Right to Life and the national Pro-Life group, Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List), are calling out Iowa senatorial candidate Patty Judge who told KCCI Channel 8 on Sunday she supports repealing the Hyde Amendment, the longstanding bipartisan policy preventing federal taxpayer funding of abortion on-demand under Medicaid.
The platform ratified by Democrats in Philadelphia last month, for the first time explicitly calls for the repeal of this policy and Hillary Clinton has pledged to repeal it if elected president.
Iowa Right to Life CEO, Jenifer Bowen, and SBA List president, Marjorie Dannenfelser, released the following joint statement:
"Not only does Patty Judge oppose compassionate limits on late term abortion more than halfway through pregnancy, Judge stands in lockstep with Hillary Clinton and the abortion lobby in their desire to force Americans to pay for abortion on demand, up until the moment of birth, with their taxpayer dollars. Patty Judge will fight for Big Abortion, not Iowa families and taxpayers. Her position on taxpayer funding of abortion is profoundly unpopular - including with members of her own party."
A recent Marist poll found that a majority of Americans (62 percent) oppose taxpayer funding of abortion, including 45 percent of those who say they are "pro-choice" and 44 percent of Democrats.
Both Iowa Right to Life and Susan B. Anthony List have endorsed Senator Chuck Grassley.
"Senator Grassley is a longtime Pro-Life champion with whom we have both worked for many years. His leadership on the Senate Judiciary Committee virtually ended the discussion of the Garland nomination and any other Obama appointee before the next president is elected," added Dannenfelser and Bowen.
"On the other hand, Patty Judge has been endorsed by the radical pro-abortion EMILY's List, which opposes even the most modest Pro-Life initiatives. She will be a rubber stamp for Hillary Clinton's extreme agenda, which includes forcing Americans to pay for abortion on-demand with our taxpayer dollars."
Iowa Right to Life is the largest Pro-Life organization in Iowa. Protecting life from fertilization to natural death, we focus on the human rights issues of abortion, infanticide and euthanasia.
Susan B. Anthony List and its Political Action Committees, the SBA List Candidate Fund and Women Speak Out PAC, spent $15.25 million in the 2014 election cycle to defeat pro-abortion incumbents and elect pro-life candidates to federal and statewide office. The SBA List is dedicated to pursuing policies and electing candidates who will reduce and ultimately end abortion. To that end, the SBA List emphasizes the education, promotion, mobilization, and election of pro-life women. The SBA List is a network of more than 465,000 pro-life Americans nationwide.
The Iowa River Landing is pleased to announce the latest addition to this exciting retail, dining, and hospitality district. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop has signed a lease for a new Iowa River Landing location, with a tentative opening date of January 2017. The menu features fresh, baja-style flavors and proprietary sauces, seasoned and slow-cooked meats as well as grilled and tempura seafood items that adorn tacos, burritos, nachos, quesadillas, salads, and sandwiches. The restaurant also offers kids' meals, beer and margaritas, and a selection of breakfast items that are served all day. All items are made fresh in house with whole foods on a daily basis.
CHICAGO -- The kids set it up and -- finally -- the veterans knocked it down for the Chicago Cubs.
The Cubs' wacky 8-7 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates in 13 innings on Monday was a sprawling affair. The game dragged on just over five hours, a fact ill-timed in a number of ways. But when Miguel Montero looped a single against a drawn infield to score Kris Bryant, it was all worth it.
"That was a goofy game, boy," Cubs manager Joe Maddon said as he sat down for his late-night, postgame news conference. He could have left it at that.
The win was an affirmative testament to the collective will of a tired Chicago team. One day after they finished a nine-game, 10-day West Coast trip punctuated by flight delays and a short night's rest, the Cubs came back twice to knock off a Pirates team involved in a tight battle with St. Louis for the NL's second wild-card spot.
"We got in late last night," Maddon said. "These guys were tired."
"I acknowledge his right to do that. I don't respect the motivation or the action," said Harbaugh, who coached Kaepernick with the San Francisco 49ers.
Harbaugh looked to clarify his comments in a tweet later Monday.
LAKE FOREST — Chicago Bears inside linebacker Danny Trevathan is more interested in what happens next.
The way the preseason has gone, it's probably best not to look back.
"I'm more concerned about (how) we're adjusting and how we're going to bounce back from that," Trevathan said.
"You know it's preseason and I know all that but collectively I want to see us play a little better man, and put together a great start and a great finish at the same time."
From a long list of injuries to a rash of poor play, little has gone the Bears' way.
Hillary Clinton Piles Up Research in Bid to Needle Donald Trump at First Debate - The New York Times
Hillary Clinton’s advisers are talking to Donald J. Trump’s ghostwriter of “The Art of the Deal,” seeking insights about Mr. Trump’s deepest insecurities as they devise strategies to needle and undermine him in four weeks at the first presidential debate, the most anticipated in a generation.
Her team is also getting advice from psychology experts to help create a personality profile of Mr. Trump to gauge how he may respond to attacks and deal with a woman as his sole adversary on the debate stage.
They are undertaking a forensic-style analysis of Mr. Trump’s performances in the Republican primary debates, cataloging strengths and weaknesses as well as trigger points that caused him to lash out in less-than-presidential ways.
The Coralville Courier is pleased to announce the addition of Christopher & Banks to the 'Women's Wear & Accessories' category in the Corridor Search business directory.
Putting Her First
When Gil Braun opened the first Braun’s Fashions in Minneapolis, Minn., in 1956, he opened it with “her” in mind: local women who were full of life and wisdom, confident in their beliefs and in search of styles that made them feel fabulous at a price they would love.
That spirit continued when Braun’s Fashions opened its first stores under the Christopher & Banks banner in 2000. The same year, the company introduced CJ Banks, opening 20 stores designed to meet the need for sizes 14-24 in the underserved women’s apparel market.
Today, Christopher & Banks operates more than 500 stores nationally, and still focuses on putting “her” first, providing our customers with style, value and service that help her look fabulous and feel amazing, every day and for life’s special moments. Missy, women’s and petite sizes are available in stores and online for our customers’ convenience.Coral Ridge Mall
1451 Coral Ridge Ave, Ste 117
Coralville, IA 52241
319-625-2803Missy, Petite, WomenStore HoursMon - Sat: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sun: 11:00 AM - 6:00PM