Hillary Rodham Clinton
A campaign official said the setup ensured taxpayer money wasn't spent on the server.
His shot at the Democratic presidential front-runner drew loud applause from the crowd.
The longshot presidential candidate said he is forcing Hillary to "respond to reality."
Questions about the Iraq War have tripped up several prospective 2016 candidates.
In a turn from her 2008 announcement, Clinton is taking a road trip from New York to Iowa.
Rep. Peter Roskam said the committee would "follow the facts wherever they lead."
Brooklyn is casting a wary eye at the latest hipster who might move in.
Hillary Clinton faces a stiff challenge in constructing a lean and mean campaign team.
“I don’t see the fire,” the comedian said, comparing Clinton to potential rival Sen. Warren.
The senator's second book, American Dreams, will be released in January.
The group is hiring new staff in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.
Minn. senator will keynote the Iowa Democratic Party's Jefferson-Jackson dinner on Oct. 25.
Liberal groups are pushing Hillary Clinton to take a tough stance against Wall Street.
The investigation reportedly found Huma Abedin was overpaid by roughly $10,000.
A Democratic Nevada state senator and retired Army officer praised the visit in a recent op-ed.
The Democratic presidential candidate has also embraced a pathway to citizenship.
Reince Priebus blasted Hillary for permanently deleting emails.
The two met privately at Clinton's Washington, D.C., home in December amid 2016 speculation.
"She said ... I’ll do it, period,” Rep. Elijah Cummings (Md.) said.
Mitt Romney tried out a populist economic message before Republicans.
Hillary Clinton allies are focusing on four potential Republican challengers.
Lewinsky delivered her first public speech in 13 years Monday.
The group to boost the would-be 2016 candidate is helping in Iowa and other top Senate races.
The Canadian province of Alberta hired an ex-spokeswoman to Clinton for PR work.