The voluntary interview at FBI headquarters in Washington lasted three and a half hours.
It's called a business email compromise and it may be coming to a computer near you.
A close reading of the new report shows this is a nonissue for the presidential race.
A former State Department military liaison cited counterterrorism missions in the Philippines and Thailand.
Clinton may have to testify in a lawsuit related to the private email server she used while secretary of state.
The conventional wisdom of watching out for emails with poor spelling and grammar has become outdated.
At issue is whether Clinton's use of a private email was an effort to skirt open records laws.
One thing is clear—no major national secret was at risk of getting out because of Clinton's misjudgment.
Los Angeles Unified School District closed all their schools and campuses.
"When current law affords more protections for a letter in a filing cabinet than an email on a server, it's clear our policies are outdated."
About 30,000 pages of the former secretary of state's emails will be released altogether.
Clinton swore in Chris Stevens herself and sent him to Libya. Then she dropped the ball.
This is Yahoo's second big move to eliminate memorized passwords.
The affair reinforces the sense of Hillary Clinton as shady and that this sort of thing is inevitable if she becomes president.
After pressure from the NFL, the studio softened the movie's damning revelations about the league.
Microsoft says emphatically no. The old-fashioned way of obtaining a warrant is still good.
305 emails from Hillary Clinton's private server used while she was secretary of state will be referred for review for potentially classified information.
The Benghazi Committee's desire to access Clinton's server is a smokescreen for a politically-motivated hatchet job.
A dad using email is as glorious as a dog walking on its hind legs.