Inspector General Faults State Department’s Handling of Hillary Clinton’s Records

WASHINGTON—The State Department’s internal watchdog found that the department gave “inaccurate and incomplete” answers to groups seeking access to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s records.

State Department Inspector General Steve Linick, in a report released Thursday, faulted the department for repeatedly falling short of its obligations under the Freedom of Information Act, the law that allows public access to government records.  Continue…