"Operation Ghoul" has struck 130 organizations in 30 countries, researchers say.
He valued the democratic process over the historic implication of criminal charges.
Comey's testimony must have been particularly galling to the former secretary of State.
Comey may not have recommended an indictment, but his assessment damaged her credibility.
She needs to shift the discussion to one about cybersecurity.
Grassley said he's still concerned about the Pentagon head's use of a personal email account.
Imagine GOP front-runner Trump making every general election debate about Clinton's FBI...
The Judiciary committee chairman calls the use of a personal email account "troubling."
The former secretary asked an aide to send information through a "nonsecure" channel.
One of the high points was undoubtedly when he rose to defend his rival, Hillary Clinton.
Snowden did break the law, but his actions resulted in a national dialogue. Clinton's did not.
A campaign official said the setup ensured taxpayer money wasn't spent on the server.
And Warren's and Sanders's speeches tonight will make the case against Trump.
The FBI director's statement would doom any other candidate, but not this year.
It's now going to be more difficult to penalize egregious violations of email security.
Calls for Lynch to step aside had already been simmering for months.
Given the FBI investigation into Clinton's emails, Democrats will need Sanders when it's all said...
A new website promises to rebut Clinton's “dishonest claims."
The former attorney general used the basketball star's birth name, Lew Alcindor.
Clinton seems unfazed, but the sheer volume of emails that were marked classified seems problematic.
The embassy in Tripoli, Libya, warned officials that the 2012 Benghazi attack "more terrorist...
Did her actions at the State Department lead to secret information being exposed to hackers?
Email privacy law is at the center of a legal dispute involving Microsoft.
Choosing Sanders in 2016 gives Democrats a viable alternative to politics as usual.