For Clinton, as secretary of state, to have failed to note that material in her emails should have been classified and then to fail to remove it to a secure channel, if true, is a potentially serious security violation.
Dozens of emails on the private email account that Hillary Clinton used when secretary of state were recently classified by the government, the State Department said on Friday, giving Republican critics more ammunition against the Democratic presidential hopeful.
The Quinnipiac survey comes on the heels of separate CNN/ORC global and USA Today/Suffolk University polls showing Trump in the lead. Barnes says that scenario would be “devastating”, and cites new stats: “The (Washington)Post poll found this in a...
The US Department of State is expected to release some 4,400 pages of former secretary of state and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s emails amid growing controversy that she mishandled secret information on her private email account, US media reported ahead of the...
The State Department’s latest dump of Hillary Clinton’s emails may dominate the news cycle in the coming days, but her campaign also released another crucial document on Friday – a clean bill of health for the Democratic front-runner.
The Clinton campaign released a statement from her doctor, Lisa Bardack of Mount Kisco, New York, that detailed the health status of Clinton, the front-runner to represent the Democratic Party in the November 2016 presidential election.
US billionaire Donald Trump is lagging behind the leading Democratic presidential candidates, while topping the list of Republican hopefuls, according a Quinnipiac University National poll released on Thursday.
In matchups with Bush, Walker and Rubio, Clinton would lose by as many as 9 points in Colorado and Iowa. In Colorado: 35 percent favorable to 56 percent unfavorable; in Iowa: 33 percent to 56 percent; and in Virginia: 41 percent to 50 percent.