Russia mounted an information campaign ordered by Vladimir Putin that utilized multiple sources in an effort to help Donald Trump and discredit Hillary Clinton, report finds.
An appeals court reversed a lower court ruling and said two U.S. government agencies should have done more to recover the emails.
The pointed criticism from Clinton attorney David Kendall followed the release in federal court in Manhattan of documents related to an October search warrant.
U.S. District Judge Kevin Castel in Manhattan directed the release by Tuesday of redacted materials used to obtain a search warrant.
Abedin said she was never provided a copy of the warrant.
"The Russians are not our friends," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told a news conference.
The Democratic candidate has said that false news stories were putting “lives at risk.”
Recount continues in Wisconsin while Michigan's may start this week; Stein to rally at Trump Tower Monday.
Hillary Clinton's lead in the popular vote now exceeds 2.5 million.
There's a massive graveyard of content celebrating Hillary Clinton's historic win. Here are some excerpts.
Newsweek speaks with a voting rights attorney who has assisted the recount effort, slammed by Donald Trump as a 'scam.'
Early female voters were advocates for reform, creating one of the first gender gaps in American politics.
Democrat's campaign counsel says there's an obligation to support the effort, which Trump derides as a 'scam,' despite failing to uncover any electoral abnormalities.
Former presidential candidate says she's concerned about the integrity of the vote in the swing state.
Rust Belt Democrats say the party needs to be focused squarely on its economic proposals.
The Electoral College is an anachronism that should be left in the 18th century, a professor writes.
Elizabeth I, Joan of Arc, Catherine of Sienna and more fought gender rules and won.
Failed Democratic nominee for president tells donors that Comey's announcement of a renewed probe eroded support in the Midwest.
The polls worked like they were supposed to work. If there was a problem, it was in how they were used, a mathematics professor writes.
“This election sends a message to women across the world that powerful men can sexually assault you and still be elected president.”