'Additional candidates' to be interviewed this week as the field widens beyond Romney, Giuliani, Petraeus, Corker.
Former Trump campaign manager blitzes the Sunday news shows with message that Romney cannot be the choice for Secretary of State.
Almost every email reviewed in the latest FBI probe were duplicates of emails already investigated or personal emails, a source says.
A source says Clinton and her aides were discussing how to approach Biden about the post.
Exchanges show a Clinton Foundation adviser sought State Department guidance on former President Bill Clinton's interactions.
FBI releases details of its investigation into Clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of state.
The attorney general hears criticism from Republican lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee.
The FBI director did say there was evidence of extremely careless handling of emails by Hillary Clinton.
Clinton may have to testify in a lawsuit related to the private email server she used while secretary of state.
The former Secretary of State gave a searing assessment of Putin in an interview.
One thing is clear—no major national secret was at risk of getting out because of Clinton's misjudgment.
The Republican candidate takes shots as Iowa poll shows Cruz with lead.
About 30,000 pages of the former secretary of state's emails will be released altogether.
Kerry says decision to send in special forces is strictly to fight Islamic State.
The affair reinforces the sense of Hillary Clinton as shady and that this sort of thing is inevitable if she becomes president.
Kerry did not say how many of the additional refugees would be from Syria.
Much of the virtual correspondence focuses on Libya, where four U.S. officers were killed in Benghazi in 2012.
An ongoing review of her emails will take until the end of this year.
The secretary of state grapples with an over-excited 2-year-old, and some questions from the kids.
Former Secretary of State's email controversy leaves Democrats wondering whether she is right candidate for presidential nomination
U.S. Senator John McCain said on Thursday he is blocking President Barack Obama's nomination of Anthony Blinken as the country's number two diplomat.
The former senator and secretary of state alludes to a presidential campaign and speaks on Gaza and immigration reform