Previously unreported judgments and misjudgments by FBI agents played a crucial role in the agency director’s fateful decisions.
After nine days of turmoil and reports of strife within the bureau's ranks, Director Comey made yet another announcement Sunday that could impact Tuesday's presidential election.
Here's the least surprising news of the day: James Comey's announcement of his agency's new investigation has sparked a highly politicized battle within the U.S. government.
Thousands of documents have exposed the inner workings of Hillary Clinton’s team and the symbiotic relationship it shares with some members of the press.
The news proves "the failure of US government reforms to curb NSA's tendency to try and indiscriminately vacuum up the world's data," say rights groups government reforms to curb NSA's tendency to try and indiscriminately vacuum up the world's data," says one rights authority.
Accusations began to fly after the attorney general had a brief conversation with the former president in Phoenix earlier this week.
New information squeezed out of "Guccifer" by U.S. authorities could reignite the email controversy as the national election nears. Already, his disclosures are plaguing the Democratic front-runner.
If WikiLeaks' charge is valid, the tech behemoth that Mark Zuckerberg built could effectively be aiding the Democratic presidential hopeful in her efforts to keep those pesky emails from getting between her and the White House.
Here's a rundown on how this past year shaped up on the issue of government accountability (hint: not well) from someone who knows quite a bit on the subject: reporter Jason Leopold, who's familiarized himself thoroughly on the secrecy tip as well as on the Freedom of Information Act and its uses.
Well, this doesn't make Hillary Clinton look so great, unless what was on her server was worse.