Wendy Sherman, the under secretary for political affairs, will leave the State Department.
Lawmakers voted 30-19 to override a veto issued by Gov. Pete Ricketts.
Hillary Clinton, who grew up in Chicago, spoke with a Southern accent Wednesday.
“This is another case of the illegal extraterritorial application of U.S. laws,” Russia said.
The State Department had requested a 60-day interval.
Seven officials were arrested early Wednesday in Zurich.
The State Department proposes releasing the emails every 60 days on a rolling basis.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Chairwoman Linda Sanchez (D-Calif.) hopes the Obama administration will appeal the court's decision.
Capitol Police and D.C. firefighters are investigating the cause of the alarm.
Obama said FEMA personnel are already on the ground.