A South Korean court said on Sunday it had issued arrest warrants for two former presidential aides under investigation in an influence-peddling scandal that has sent President Park Geun-hye’s approval rating to a record low.

Tens of thousands of South Koreans demonstrated at a rally on Saturday evening in central Seoul demanding that Park resign over the scandal involving an old frend, Choi Soon-sil, who is alleged to have used her closeness to the president to meddle in state affairs.

Tens of thousands of South Koreans are protesting in the capital, calling on embattled President Park Geun-hye to resign over a growing influence-peddling scandal.

The FBI’s Clinton Foundation probe finds an ‘avalanche’ of corruption evidence against her – but agents fear the Justice Department will stop her going on trial.

The Clintons are accused of running a pay-for-play operation out of State that favored donors to their charity – a charge they have denied
Feds are ‘actively and aggressively pursuing’ a case, Fox’s Bret Baier said Wednesday, and they have an ‘avalanche’ of evidence.

The FBI’s pursuit of the case is rooted in recordings of a suspect in a different corruption case who spoke about foundation’s alleged dirty dealings.

The FBI, under the leadership of director James Comey, believed those conversations were enough to move forward with the probe. Justice Department prosecutors disagreed because the source was not an employee of the Clinton Foundation.

The law enforcement agency has at least four other investigations open that involve the Clintons and their close friends, as well

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