The memo, prepared by Republicans on the House intelligence committee, says there was "a troubling breakdown of legal processes" in the Russia investigation.
Instead of firing the accused as recommended by her campaign manager, she moved the accuser to another job, The New York Times reports.
In a bombshell piece, the former Democratic National Committee chair outlines her search for evidence that the 2016 nomination process had been rigged.
"Berniecrats" say the Democratic National Committee still does not know how to deal with progressives.
Greenwald writes that the network disputed the Podesta emails based on false information from a Hillary Clinton supporter.
In a Harvard University panel, Hillary Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri engaged in an aggressive exchange with Donald Trump's campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway.
Although both nominees faced controversy this week, it seemed that Donald Trump dominated the mainstream media spotlight. We want to hear from you: Are the revelations about the nominees serious enough to affect their presidential chances?
A single email attachment, released by the organization in its "Podesta Emails" leak, gives readers insight into many of Clinton's policy positions.
At a February fundraiser, the Democratic presidential candidate admitted that "political revolution is pretty appealing" for disaffected "children of the Great Recession." And there's more.
The Clinton campaign is relentlessly focusing on the defects of Donald Trump rather than the defects of the Republican agenda. That's understandable, and it could be a winning strategy. But it has pitfalls.