From 2009 to 2013, when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, a Russian company owned by state atomic energy agency Rosatom slowly took over a Canadian company that controlled about 20 percent of America's uranium deposits, The New York Times details in a long exposé. At the same time, people connected to the Canadian company, Uranium One, donated millions to the Clinton Foundation, and some of those donations weren't disclosed on the foundation's public donor list, The Times reports.
Since uranium is considered a strategic asset, the Rosatom's final deal to take a 51 stake Uranium One had to be approved by the cabinet-level Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, which included Clinton's office along with several other cabinet secretaries. The Times article doesn't...
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