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Clinton’s E-Mail Woes Persist as FBI Sends Notes to Congress

  • Summary of Clinton interview sent as classified document
  • Clinton campaign warns of ‘selective, partisan leaks’
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks on Aug. 5, 2016, in Washington.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks on Aug. 5, 2016, in Washington.

Photographer: Win McNamee/Getty Images
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The FBI sent lawmakers notes from its interview of Hillary Clinton about her use of a private e-mail server, as the State Department confirmed that it will release several thousand work-related messages that Clinton failed to turn over.

The two developments on Tuesday all but ensured that the controversy over what FBI Director James Comey has called the “extremely careless” handling of classified information by Clinton and her aides while she was secretary of state will persist through the 12 weeks remaining before the election.