Hillary Clinton Email Scandal

FBI releases Hillary Clinton email report

This was according to notes the bureau released Friday of its July interview with the Democratic presidential nominee, along with a report on its investigation into her private email server.

Dems worried another hacked email trove could surface before November

The email are the kind that cost the party chairman her job on the eve of the Democratic National Convention — could become public before the November presidential election.

Hillary Leaks Series: Wikileaks releases 20,000 DNC Emails

The new trove of documents apparently pilfered from the DMC released after Wikileaks on Thursday announced via its official Twitter account that a "series" about Hillary Clinton is coming soon.

The published documents are part one of Wikileaks' new Hillary Leaks series, Wikileaks said in a press release.

The emails released by Wikileaks were handed over to the whistleblower organization by the DNC hacker using handle "Guccifer 2.0," who hacked DNC’s computer systems in a such a way that the hacker was able to read all email and chat traffic.

Hillary Clinton emails 'endangered US' - Donald Trump

The FBI's decision not to recommend criminal charges against her is the greatest example yet that the system is rigged, he told a North Carolina rally.

Democrat Mrs Clinton and Mr Trump are their party's likely choices to do battle for the White House in November.

They are expected to be made the official nominees later this month.

FBI Director James Comey said Mrs Clinton had been careless in how she handled sensitive information but there was no case to bring criminal charges because there was no evidence of intent.

Hillary Clinton email probe: FBI to recommend no charges be laid

The agency director James Comey  said this lifting a cloud of uncertainty over Mrs Clinton's White House campaign.

Key points:

Clinton on email use: 'I thought it was allowed'

"I thought it was allowed. I knew past secretaries of state used personal email," she told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on "The Situation Room, saying the rules were only recently improved.

"They were not a model of clarity and it seems like there is still more work to do on that," she said.

Clinton reaffirmed that she had made an error in using a private email server, saying, "It was still a mistake. If I could go back, I'd do it differently."

Report on email vindicates Clinton rather than nails her

However, the reporthas more in it that vindicates Clinton than nails her.

State Department report slams Clinton email use

The report, which was provided to lawmakers, states, "At a minimum, Secretary Clinton should have surrendered all emails dealing with Department business before leaving government service and, because she did not do so, she did not comply with the Department's policies that were implemented in accordance with the Federal Records Act."

The report examined record keeping laws, policies and practices at the State Department from 1997 to present.