I'm in a slight state of shock, the BBC have actually reported on the possible enquiry into the Clintons and the Uranium One deal.
Of course as this is the BBC it's hidden away from the front page. You can find the report here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-41985863
Here's an extract from a report that has been written through clenched teeth:
'The US Department of Justice says it has asked prosecutors to scrutinise the Clintons' charitable foundation and a uranium deal.In a letter, the agency said an inquiry could be launched into the Clinton Foundation and the Uranium One deal...
What is Uranium One?
Uranium One - a Canadian company that owned about a fifth of US uranium supplies and operated mines in Wyoming and Utah - was acquired in 2010 by Russian state-owned firm Rosatom.
The deal had to be approved by several US government agencies, including the State Department, which was led at the time by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Republicans have charged that the Obama administration approved the deal after Bill Clinton's charitable foundation received a $145m (£110m) donation.
Some of those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite their pledge to publicly identify all donors, the New York Times reports.
Mr Clinton was also paid $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Kremlin-linked Russian investment bank that was promoting shares in Uranium One.
Mrs Clinton said in a recent interview with C-SPAN that suggestions of corruption relating to the deal were "baloney" and had been "debunked repeatedly."'
Don't expect the BBC to do any more now they've filed that one report.