The department said the process of releasing Hillary Clinton’s emails is slow, because U.S. intelligence agencies have to make sure they don’t contain any government secrets.
Clinton receives her highest head-to-head numbers – 54 percent – if Trump is the nominee, according to the poll.
“The Department has received a referral related to the potential compromise of classified information,” a Justice Department official said. “It is not a criminal referral.”
Hillary Rodham Clinton is in New York City Monday laying out her most concrete vision for the U.S. economy in a pitch to Democrats who are being wooed by Clinton’s chief rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno is turning down an invitation to attend a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton.
At the outdoor rally, Clinton plans to portray herself as a fierce advocate for those left behind in the post-recession economy.
Preparations are underway on Roosevelt Island as Hillary Clinton makes what is being seen as her first major presidential campaign speech this weekend.
Mayor Bill de Blasio will not attend former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign kickoff — even though it’s happening in his city.
The former Secretary of State and 2016 presidential candidate posted her first picture Wednesday with the caption, “Hard choices.”
Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate, will hold a rally and deliver her first major policy speech of her candidacy next weekend on Roosevelt Island.
As the holiday weekend began on Friday, the State Department released the first batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails, and among other things they show she received sensitive information about Benghazi on her unsecure home server.
Clinton’s appearance before the press was her first in 28 days, and it came after a drum roll of criticism from opponents.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Monday said his 2013 race for reelection against a female opponent has helped prepare him for a potential campaign against Hillary Rodham Clinton.
“It’s time to change our approach,” Clinton said in her first major policy address since launching her presidential campaign earlier this month. “It’s time to end the era of mass incarceration.”
Questions about the Clinton Foundation’s fundraising tactics are hitting the presidential candidate just as she’s trying to get her campaign off the ground