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Former House Speaker indicted

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Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the House for eight years, from the very end of Bill Clinton's presidency through most of George W. Bush's presidency has been indicted on federal charges based on allegations that he agreed to pay an unidentified individual $3.5 million in order to compensate for and conceal his prior misconduct, according to the federal indictment.