Politics August 31, 2016: Report Clinton emailed classified info after leaving State Dept

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Hillary Clinton, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, speaks at a campaign event during The American Legion National Convention at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Clinton told a veterans group that U.S. leadership is vital to the world and, drawing a contrast with Republican Donald Trump, said that means the White House is no place for a leader who insults allies or threatens to shrink from that role. Photographer: Ty Wright/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Hillary Clinton, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, speaks at a campaign event during The American Legion National Convention at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Clinton told a veterans group that U.S. leadership is vital to the world and, drawing a contrast with Republican Donald Trump, said that means the White House is no place for a leader who insults allies or threatens to shrink from that role. Photographer: Ty Wright/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton not only sent classified information on her private email server during her tenure but also after she left the State Department. The New York Post reported on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016, that Clinton sent a classified email over four months after leaving her post. The Republican National Committee acquired the email through a Freedom of Information Act request.

According to the Post, the Democratic nominee sent the email on May 28, 2013, and it was about the “123 Deal.” The deal signed in 2009 was between the United Arab Emirates and the U.S. and dealt with nuclear energy production.

Clinton sent the email from the same email account and private server she used while Secretary of State. Clinton sent the email to “Deputy Secretary of State William Burns, diplomat Jeffrey Feltman, policy aide Jake Sullivan, diplomat Kurt Campbell, State Department chief of staff Cheryl Mills and top aide Huma Abedin.”

The Post said the email is heavily redacted because it contains classified “information regarding foreign governors” and “foreign relations or foreign activities of the United States, including confidential sources.” The email is set to be declassified on May 28, 2033.

Politics August 30, 2016: FBI discovers 30 additional Clinton emails on Benghazi attacks

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Hillary Clinton, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, gestures while speaking at a campaign event during The American Legion National Convention at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Clinton told a veterans group that U.S. leadership is vital to the world and, drawing a contrast with Republican Donald Trump, said that means the White House is no place for a leader who insults allies or threatens to shrink from that role. Photographer: Ty Wright/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Hillary Clinton, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, gestures while speaking at a campaign event during The American Legion National Convention at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Clinton told a veterans group that U.S. leadership is vital to the world and, drawing a contrast with Republican Donald Trump, said that means the White House is no place for a leader who insults allies or threatens to shrink from that role. Photographer: Ty Wright/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton erased about 30 emails regarding the 2012 Benghazi terror attacks. Among the nearly 15,000 emails the FBI recovered from her deleted private email server, there are 30 emails relating to the terror attacks. During a hearing State Department lawyers informed U.S. District Court Judge Amit P. Mehta of the emails on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016.

The 14,900 emails the FBI discovered during their investigation into Clinton’s handling of classified information were not included in the 30,000 emails Clinton handed over to the State Department in December 2014. The Benghazi emails are at the center of one of several Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits against the department filed by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch.

The State Department in their usual defense of Clinton said the email have to be evaluated to determine if they are personal as Clinton claimed or are duplicates of emails they have already. The State Dept lawyers told Judge Mehta they need until the end of September to review the emails. Mehta was upset that the department is dragging their feet, and he ordered them to update him in a week.

State Department spokesman John Kirby issued a statement about the newly discovered emails, “Using broad search terms; we have identified approximately 30 documents potentially responsive to a Benghazi-related request. At this time, we have not confirmed that the documents are, in fact, responsive, or whether they are duplicates of materials already provided to the Department by former Secretary Clinton in December 2014.”

Judicial Watch wants all the emails released before the election in November. The State Department, however, is protecting Clinton, hoping to delay the release, so that the content does not hinder Clinton chances of winning the election. Two other judges agree with Judicial Watch and want the emails released promptly. A judge in Florida is ordering the Benghazi emails to be made public on Sept. 13, while another Judge in DC wants the State Department to provide a schedule for the emails’ release at a Sept. 23 hearing.

Republican nominee Donald Trump was quick to attack Clinton on the new emails. Trump’s Senior communications adviser Jason Miller released a statement, which read, “Clinton swore before a federal court and told the American people she handed over all of her work-related emails. If Clinton did not consider emails about something as important as Benghazi to be work-related, one has to wonder what is contained in the other emails she attempted to wipe from her server.”

Politics August 30, 2016: FBI to release Clinton interview notes and final report

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RENO, NV - AUGUST 25: Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leaves Hub Coffee Roasters on August 25, 2016 in Reno, Nevada. Hillary Clinton delivered a speech about republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's policies. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

RENO, NV – AUGUST 25: Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leaves Hub Coffee Roasters on August 25, 2016 in Reno, Nevada. Hillary Clinton delivered a speech about republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s policies. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

After much requests from Congressional Republicans, the FBI plans to release their report not recommending criminal charges against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. CNN was the first to report on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, that the FBI is releasing their report to the Justice Department and their notes from their July interview with Clinton from their investigation into her usage of a private email server.

The FBI intends to release the documents as early as Wednesday, Aug. 31 as a response to Freedom of Information Act requests. The documents include the bureau’s 30-page report to the DOJ, and the interview notes known as FD-302 covering the FBI’s three-hour interview with Clinton.

Earlier this month the FBI handed the same documents to the House Oversight Committee in addition to the interview notes with Clinton’s aides. The committee’s chairman Jason Chaffetz then called on the FBI to release an unclassified version of those documents to the public. Chaffetz described the documents as “over-classified.” Clinton’s campaign also wanted the documents released, believing it would be best for them to be released in their entirety, then have the GOP release just certain excerpts that might be more damaging.

FBI Director James Comey announced in July that the FBI would not recommend pressing charges and instead suggested an administrative punishment. Comey called Clinton’s handling of classified information “extremely careless,” but argued, “no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.” The Justice Department and Attorney General Loretta Lynch “unanimously” agreed and declined to charge Clinton. Despite no criminal case pending, Clinton has not been able to escape her scandals from her tenure at the State Department, and recent revelations have dented her lead in the presidential race.

Politics August 26, 2016: Judge orders State Department to begin releasing newly discovered Clinton emails

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign event in Reno, Nevada on August 25, 2016. He is taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over the Republican Party, she said at the event about her opponent Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. / AFP / JOSH EDELSON (Photo credit should read JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign event in Reno, Nevada on August 25, 2016.
He is taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over the Republican Party, she said at the event about her opponent Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. / AFP / JOSH EDELSON (Photo credit should read JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images)

A Federal Judge is not letting Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign plans interfere with justice. On Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, a judge in Florida is ordering the State Department to begin releasing the 14,900 emails the FBI discovered during their investigation into the private email server Clinton used as Secretary of State by Sept. 13. The judge made the decision as part of Conservative Watchdog group Judicial Watch’s ongoing lawsuit against the State Department.

U.S. District Court Judge William P. Dimitriouleas’ decision will do a lot to ensure that the emails the FBI uncovered during their investigation will be made public before the election in November. The decision ensures that a federal judge in Washington presiding over a separate Judicial Watch lawsuit will make certain that emails release schedule is just as prompt. In that case, the next hearing is Sept. 23.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton issued a statement commending the decision, saying, “no wonder federal courts in Florida and DC are ordering the State Department to stop stalling and begin releasing the 14,900 new Clinton emails.”

Meanwhile, State Department spokesperson Elizabeth Trudeau was elusive about the emails and their contents. Trudeau said in a statement, “As we have said, the Department agreed to search the materials we received from the FBI in response to several pending FOIA requests and, to the extent responsive records are identified, produce them.”

Continuing, Trudeau tried to indicate few of the emails have to with the lawsuit, “Using broad search terms, we have identified a number of documents potentially responsive to a Benghazi-related request. At this time, we have not confirmed that the documents are, in fact, responsive.  We also have not determined if they involve Secretary Clinton.”

Politics August 17, 2016: FBI hands Congress over Clinton interview notes investigation report

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WASHINGTON D.C., July 7, 2016-- U.S. FBI Director James Comey swears an oath before the House Oversight Committee over investigation into Hillary Clinton's email system, on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., capital of the United States, July 7, 2016. U.S. FBI Director James Comey on Thursday defended his decision not to recommend charges against Hillary Clinton, but refuted several of her statements to justify the use of private email setup as secretary of state. (Xinhua/Bao Dandan via Getty Images)

WASHINGTON D.C., July 7, 2016– U.S. FBI Director James Comey swears an oath before the House Oversight Committee over investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email system, on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., capital of the United States, July 7, 2016. U.S. FBI Director James Comey on Thursday defended his decision not to recommend charges against Hillary Clinton, but refuted several of her statements to justify the use of private email setup as secretary of state. (Xinhua/Bao Dandan via Getty Images)

The FBI handed over its report on their decision not to recommend criminal charges for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over her private email server to Congress. The FBI sent the classified report originally for the Department of Justice and interview memos, called 302s to the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, following through on their request. The House is also is also request the DOJ file charges because Clinton perjured herself in her sworn testimony to the House’s Benghazi committee.

FBI Acting Assistant Director Jason V. Herring included a letter to “House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz” and “ranking Democratic member, Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings” re-explaining the bureau’s decision not to charge Clinton. Herring wrote, “The FBI conducted this investigation, as it does all investigations, in a competent, honest and independent way. As the director stated, the FBI did find evidence that Secretary Clinton and her colleagues were extremely careless in their handling of certain, very sensitive, highly classified information.”

Continuing Herring clarified, “The term ‘extremely careless’ was intended to be a common sense way of describing the actions of Secretary Clinton and her colleagues. The director did not equate ‘extreme carelessness’ with the legal standard of ‘gross negligence’ that is required by the statute. In this case, the FBI assessed that the facts did not support a recommendation to prosecute her or others within the scope of the investigation for gross negligence.” Herring also suggested that usually what Clinton would be subject to is “severe administrative consequences.”

Among the documents, the FBI handed over was the summary of Clinton’s three and a half hour interview with the bureau that took place last month. FBI Director James Comey promised the reports and memos when he testified on July 7 before the House Oversight panel, saying he would do “everything I can possibly give you under the law and to doing it as quickly as possible.”

The documents are considered classified and will never be made public. Republicans are trying to keep Clinton’s email scandal in the limelight the election, hoping it can damage her bid for the presidency despite leading Republican Donald Trump in the polls. The FBI issued a statement warning that the information should not be made public, writing, “The material contains classified and other sensitive information and is being provided with the expectation it will not be disseminated or disclosed without FBI concurrence.”

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) issued a statement, however, arguing the documents should be made available to the public. Grassley wrote, “On initial review, it seems that much of the material given to the Senate today, other than copies of the large number of emails on Secretary Clinton’s server containing classified information, is marked ‘unclassified/for official use.’ The FBI should make as much of the material available as possible. The public’s business ought to be public, with few exceptions. The people’s interest would be served in seeing the documents that are unclassified. The FBI has made public statements in describing its handling of the case, so sharing documents in support of those statements wherever appropriate would make sense.”
Clinton campaign responded with a statement, “This is an extraordinarily rare step that was sought solely by Republicans for the purposes of further second-guessing the career professionals at the FBI. We believe that if these materials are going to be shared outside the Justice Department, they should be released widely so that the public can see them for themselves, rather than allow Republicans to mischaracterize them through selective, partisan leaks.”

The spokesperson for the House Oversight Committee confirmed receipt in a statement, “The FBI has turned over a ‘number of documents’ related to their investigation of former Secretary Clinton’s use of a personal email server. Committee staff is currently reviewing the information that is classified SECRET. There are no further details at this time.”

Congressional Republican are looking to make sure Clinton pays as CNN pointed out a “political price” for her actions during her tenure at the State Department since the FBI did not recommend criminal charges. Reps. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and Bob Goodlatte, R-Virginia sent a letter to the Department of Justice asking the DOJ to charge Clinton with perjury claiming she perjured herself during her testimony to the House’s Benghazi committee.

Republicans are accusing Clinton of lying four times in her testimony to the committee saying what she said countered what she told the FBI. In the letter, Chaffetz and Goodlatte wrote, “The evidence collected by the (FBI) during its investigation of Secretary Clinton’s use of a personal email system during her time as secretary of state appears to directly contradict several aspects of her sworn testimony.”

On Monday, Aug. 15, 35 Republicans led by Rep. Tom Marino (R-Pa.) called on Comey to release Clinton’s interview notes because they believe she perjured herself. Tuesday morning before the documents were handed over Marino appeared on Fox News where he said about Clinton, “That she lied under oath to Congress when she came into testify. And if she lied, she perjured herself. She lied to Congress, therefore she can be prosecuted and spend as long as 10 years in prison for doing that. The director of the FBI, the Justice Department, in my opinion, they’re taking direction from the White House saying, ‘Do nothing about this.'”

Politics August 12, 2016: Senate Republicans take on possible corruption over State Dept and Clinton Foundation

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WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 06:  U.S. Senate Majority Whip Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) speaks during a news briefing July 6, 2016 at the Capitol in Washington, DC. Senate GOPs held a weekly policy luncheon to discuss Republican agenda.Ê  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 06: U.S. Senate Majority Whip Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) speaks during a news briefing July 6, 2016 at the Capitol in Washington, DC. Senate GOPs held a weekly policy luncheon to discuss Republican agenda.Ê (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Republican are taking the news that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton might have abused her power as Secretary of State seriously. Senate Majority Whip Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) sent a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, questioning why the State Department and Department of Justice refused to investigate a potential conflict of interest between Clinton’s high-ranking aides working at the department and her husband former President Bill Clinton’s foundation.

In the past couple of days, two troubling incidents have shown a possible conflict of interest or at worst abuse of power during Clinton’s tenure. First, was when Conservative Watchdog group Judicial Watch published previously unreleased emails from Clinton’s aide with emails to and from Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills and Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin, two trusted aides to Clinton.

The emails consisted of a request from to find a position for someone close to the foundation by a close aide to Bill Clinton, and to help a donor meet the Lebanese ambassador. Next came the CNN investigation report which uncovered that Mills interviewed candidates to head the Clinton Foundation, while she was Chief of Staff at the State Department.

Although Clinton’s campaign and the State Department defended Mill’s actions, Republicans are not accepting those responses. Cornyn in his letter said the State Dept and DOJ “favors Secretary Clinton.” The Majority Whip wrote, “This contrast does little to instill faith in the Department, part of why I called for an appointment of the Special Counsel in the email matter. But greater clarity for the public on the basis for your decision may.”

The Texas Senator called the recent discoveries “unacceptable” behavior. Sen. Cronyn continued, “It violates the commitment Secretary Clinton made to Congress and the Executive Branch following her nomination to be Secretary of State. That and her proven record of extreme carelessness with national security warrant a careful examination of Secretary Clinton’s other conduct and that of her staff.”

Additionally, Cronyn asked about CNN’s report, and why the FBI asked the DOJ to “open a case and pursue criminal charges,” however, the DOJ decided against an investigation. The DOJ claims they did not investigate because of lack of “evidence.” Cronyn wanted to know if DOJ employee, who decided against pursuing the case were questioned. The Majority Whip was concerned that at Lynch’s meeting with former President Clinton at a tarmac in Phoenix earlier this summer they discussed the conflict of interest.

Politics August 11, 2016: Investigation State Dept aide interviewed job candidates for Clinton Foundation

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Attorney Cheryl Mills (L) listens as former Secretary of State and Democratic Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton testifies before the House Select Committee on Benghazi on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, October 22, 2015. Clinton took the stand Thursday to defend her role in responding to deadly attacks on the US mission in Libya, as Republicans forged ahead with an inquiry criticized as partisan anti-Clinton propaganda. AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Attorney Cheryl Mills (L) listens as former Secretary of State and Democratic Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton testifies before the House Select Committee on Benghazi on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, October 22, 2015. Clinton took the stand Thursday to defend her role in responding to deadly attacks on the US mission in Libya, as Republicans forged ahead with an inquiry criticized as partisan anti-Clinton propaganda. AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

It is possible the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton blurred the lines with her husband’s Bill Clinton’s foundation while she was serving as Secretary of State. According to a CNN investigation report released on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016, Clinton’s Chief of Staff and longtime aide Cheryl Mills interviewed two candidates in 2012 for a high position at the Clinton Foundation.

In 2009, as Clinton was set to become Secretary of State to she created guidelines about the Clinton Foundation to ensure that it does not “create conflicts or the appearance of conflicts for Senator Clinton as Secretary of State.”

Recent emails, however, released by Conservative Watchdog Group Judicial Watch and CNN investigation prove otherwise. The emails indicate that Clinton’s top aides at the State Department Mills and Huma Abedin, another longtime aide who served as Deputy Chief of Staff may have blurred the lines between their positions at the State Department and the Clinton Foundation showing possible “corruption.”

According to the report, on June 19, 2012, Mills, still serving as Clinton’s Secretary of State Chief of Staff at the State Department took an Amtrak train from Washington to New York. There at executive search firm Mills interviewed two business executives “one from Pfizer and another from Wal-Mart” for the position leading the Clinton Foundation. Both companies are donors to the foundation and “partner” with the Clinton Global Initiative.

Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon downplayed any connection, saying in a statement on Thursday, “Cheryl volunteered her personal time to a charitable organization, as she has to other charities. Cheryl paid for her travel to New York City personally, and it was crystal clear to all involved that this had nothing to do with her official duties. The idea that this poses a conflict of interest is absurd.” Mill’s lawyer also claims that she did the work voluntarily, was not paid and did not use government funds for the trip.

The Senate Judiciary Committee, chaired by Republican Chuck Grassley of Iowa also wants real answers about Mills trip and her involvement in the job search. In January, Grassley sent current Secretary of State John Kerry a letter requesting further explanations about Mill’s actions but never received a response.

Scott Amey, “an attorney for the Project on Government Oversight,” believes the State Departments needs to provide answers and be accountable to Congress on this potential corruption and abuse of power. Amey stated, “Congress has a rightful right to ask for any information that it wants to from the executive branch of government to keep track of them. And the government should be turning that information over, when you have a breakdown in that system, we have a breakdown in our democracy.”

CNN asked the State Department if Mills had permission or needed it to do what she did with the Clinton Foundation job search. The department responded, “Federal employees are permitted to engage in outside personal activities, within the scope of the federal ethics rules. All federal employees are subject to federal ethics laws and regulations, including rules pertaining to conflicts of interest.”

Mills’ actions are not so innocent. Mills has a long history with both Clintons, and her loyalties have been with them. According to CNN during the first Clinton Administration, Mills served as Deputy White House counsel and defended Bill during his Congressional impeachment hearings. During Hillary’s first run for president in 2008 Mills was her senior legal campaign adviser. Mills also served on the board of the Clinton Foundation before leaving her post at the State Department, after the brief interlude, she is again serving on the board.

Politics July 11, 2016: Majority of Americans disapprove of the FBI deciding to not charge Clinton over email server

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UNITED STATES - JULY 8: Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses the African Methodist Episcopal Church conference held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, July 8, 2015, where she remarked on recent gun violence. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

UNITED STATES – JULY 8: Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses the African Methodist Episcopal Church conference held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, July 8, 2015, where she remarked on recent gun violence. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

American voters agree with Republicans that the FBI should have charged former Secretary of State and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for using her private server and mishandling classified information during her tenure. A new ABC News/Washington Post poll published on Monday, July 11, 2016, shows that a majority of Americans disagree with the FBI’s decision. Voters are also worried about how Clinton will deal with the “responsibilities” of the presidency.

According to the poll, 56 percent of Americans disagree with “FBI Director James Comey’s recommendation not to charge Clinton,” while only 35 percent agree with his decision. American even worried about how Clinton would act as president, although 39 percent are not worried about how she would perform as president.

There are partisan divisions over the FBI’s decision, with 90 percent of Republicans objecting to Comey’s decision. Democrats are not too pleased with Clinton’s actions either with 30  percent believing she should have faced charges, while 60 percent agree with the FBI and Attorney General Loretta Lynch closing the case on their presidential nominee.

Although Clinton will not face any criminal charges, 28 percent of Americans are less likely to vote for Clinton in November after the yearlong investigation into her handling of classified information. Last week when Comey announced he would not charge Clinton, he still expressed that she and her aides’ treatment of classified information were “extremely reckless.”

Politics April 10, 2016: Obama guaranteed Clinton would be prosecuted if FBI finds it is necessary

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April 10, 2016 2:39 PM MST

President Barack Obama guaranteed that if the FBI decides to prosecute former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton she would even if she is the Democratic presidential nominee, April 10, 2016
President Barack Obama guaranteed that if the FBI decides to prosecute former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton she would even if she is the Democratic presidential nominee, April 10, 2016
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Politics April 7, 2016: Comey: Politics will not influence FBI on possible criminal charges for Clinton

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April 7, 2016 7:46 AM MST

FBI Director James Comey reassured the public that the FBI's investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server would not be influenced by politics, April 6, 2016
FBI Director James Comey reassured the public that the FBI’s investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server would not be influenced by politics, April 6, 2016
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Politics April 5, 2016: FBI Director Comey says Clinton email probe will not end before Dem convention

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April 5, 2016 11:21 AM MST

FBI Director James Comey is in no rush to complete their investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server ensuring the drama will continue as a backdrop in the presidential campaign, April 4, 2016
FBI Director James Comey is in no rush to complete their investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server ensuring the drama will continue as a backdrop in the presidential campaign, April 4, 2016
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Politics April 3, 2016: Clinton dismisses not worried about FBI investigation into private email server

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April 3, 2016 2:24 PM MST

 Democratic frontrunner and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is dismissing the seriousness of the FBI's investigation into her private server, saying she is not worried about it not ending before the DNC convention, April 3, 2016
Democratic frontrunner and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is dismissing the seriousness of the FBI’s investigation into her private server, saying she is not worried about it not ending before the DNC convention, April 3, 2016
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Politics April 2, 2016: State Department suspends Hillary Clinton email investigation at FBI’s request

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April 2, 2016 8:25 AM MST

 The FBI requested that the State Department suspend their investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's classified emails until they finished their probe which will be before the general election, April 1, 2016
The FBI requested that the State Department suspend their investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s classified emails until they finished their probe which will be before the general election, April 1, 2016
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Politics March 29, 2016: FBI to interview Clinton as 147 agents work to wrap email probe before election

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March 29, 2016 2:13 PM MST

The FBI is going into the last phase of their investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server; the FBI is planning to interview Clinton and her aides, March 27, 2016
The FBI is going into the last phase of their investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server; the FBI is planning to interview Clinton and her aides, March 27, 2016
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Politics March 25, 2016: Watchdog group discovers hidden Hillary Clinton State Dept email are there more?

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March 25, 2016 9:35 AM MST

Judicial Watch uncovered yet another email Hillary Clinton failed to turn over to the State Department, March 24, 2016
Judicial Watch uncovered yet another email Hillary Clinton failed to turn over to the State Department, March 24, 2016
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Politics March 4, 2016: DOJ and FBI grants immunity to Clinton staffer criminal charges a possibility

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March 4, 2016 4:55 PM MST

The Department of Justice and FBI are ramping up their investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's email server by granting immunity to Bryan Pagliano, who set up Clinton's server, March 3, 2016
The Department of Justice and FBI are ramping up their investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server by granting immunity to Bryan Pagliano, who set up Clinton’s server, March 3, 2016
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Politics March 1, 2016: State Department releases final batch of Clinton’s emails over 2000 classified

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March 1, 2016 10:57 PM MST

 The State Department finished releasing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails from the private server she used during her tenure, over 2,000 emails were retroactively classified, Feb. 29, 2016
The State Department finished releasing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails from the private server she used during her tenure, over 2,000 emails were retroactively classified, Feb. 29, 2016
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Politics February 27, 2016: State Department releases more Clinton emails adds 88 classified over 1800 total

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February 27, 2016 5:36 PM MST

The State Department released the second to last batch of Hillary Clinton emails from her private server; they still have to release 4,000 more emails, Feb. 26, 2016
The State Department released the second to last batch of Hillary Clinton emails from her private server; they still have to release 4,000 more emails, Feb. 26, 2016
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Politics February 27, 2016: Judge allows discovery in FOIA lawsuit over Hillary Clinton’s email server

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton might have to give a deposition in a midst of the 2016 presidential campaign after Judge Emmet G. Sullivan allowed the discovery process to proceed in an FOIA lawsuit, Feb. 23, 2016
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton might have to give a deposition in a midst of the 2016 presidential campaign after Judge Emmet G. Sullivan allowed the discovery process to proceed in an FOIA lawsuit, Feb. 23, 2016
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Politics February 20, 2016: State Department releases more Hillary Clinton emails over 1700 now classified

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February 20, 2016 2:04 PM MST

The State Department released another batch of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails as they race to comply with a court order that forces them to make all the remaining emails public by Feb. 29, Feb. 19, 2016
The State Department released another batch of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails as they race to comply with a court order that forces them to make all the remaining emails public by Feb. 29, Feb. 19, 2016
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Politics February 11, 2016: Judge forces State Dept to release remaining Clinton emails by end of month

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February 11, 2016 8:14 PM MST

 A new court order will force the State Department to release former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails in four batches by the end of February, Feb. 11, 2016
A new court order will force the State Department to release former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails in four batches by the end of February, Feb. 11, 2016
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Politics February 9, 2016: FBI confirms ongoing investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server

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By Bonnie K. Goodman

February 9, 2016 3:56 AM MST

Thousands of documents belonging to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were overlooked by State Department employees who apparently didn’t know that some records were “retired” to State archives. Now the state has been ordered to give an expla...

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Politics February 4, 2016: House committee to launch probe into federal recordkeeping, Clinton’s emails

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February 4, 2016 1:15 PM MST

 A new House committee investigation plans to look into federal recordkeeping violations including those of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Feb. 4, 2016
A new House committee investigation plans to look into federal recordkeeping violations including those of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Feb. 4, 2016
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Politics February 3, 2016: Seven more Hillary Clinton emails to be classified as top secret

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Seven more Hillary Clinton emails to be classified as top secret

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February 3, 2016 9:57 PM MST

 A Republican Congressman revealed the State Department is holding seven more top secret emails from Hillary Clinton's private server, Feb. 3, 2016
A Republican Congressman revealed the State Department is holding seven more top secret emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server, Feb. 3, 2016
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Politics January 30, 2016: Clinton could be prosecuted after discovery of 22 top secret classified emails

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Clinton could be prosecuted after discovery of 22 top secret classified emails

By Bonnie K. Goodman

January 30, 2016 2:44 PM MST

 Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton is in trouble as the State Department decides to classify as top secret 37 pages or 22 emails that were on her private server from her tenure as Secretary of State, Jan. 29, 2016
Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton is in trouble as the State Department decides to classify as top secret 37 pages or 22 emails that were on her private server from her tenure as Secretary of State, Jan. 29, 2016
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