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The inspector general’s inquiry sought information about top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin.
The Democratic front-runner’s $22 million in paid speeches is gaining traction as an issue in the race.
Iowa caucus-goers older than that backed Clinton, while younger voters overwhelmingly chose Sanders.
State Department concludes Hillary Clinton’s emails contain “top secret” material.
Ted Cruz had a moment to shine during the Fox News debate--and the consensus was that he missed the opportunity.
Months after calling her email use a mistake, Clinton now says she showed no error in judgment.
As his career was starting, Cruz made a tidy sum from a Caribbean firm that relied on government funds.
Some of the information was classified “top secret,” inspector general says.
Inspector general review finds long-standing problems with public records at agency.
State Department released thousands of Clinton emails on New Year’s Eve, but it missed the court-ordered target for number to be made public by the end of the year.