Political Scandals

Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks to the media after keynoting a Women's Empowerment Event at the United Nations on March 10, 2015 in New York City.

More Of Hillary Clinton's Emails Are Now Classified

The State Department says the emails were not classified at the time they were sent.

 | Kate Grumke

Obama's Defense Secretary Also Used Personal Email On The Job

As the controversy over Hillary Clinton's personal email server continues, The New York Times reports Defense Secretary Ash Carter did the same.

 | Kate Grumke

Secret Service Agents Suspended For Leaking Congressman's Info

The Secret Service suspended dozens of agents Friday for misconduct. But the agency has a long way to go to rehabilitate its image.

 | Eugene Daniels

Did David Vitter Really Choose 'Prostitutes Over Patriots?'

A new ad in the Louisiana governor's race accuses Congressman David Vitter of skipping a vote to talk to a prostitute. We fact check the scandal.

 | Eugene Daniels

Philippine Airport Security Allegedly Put Bullets In Bags

Officials at an airport in the Philippines are allegedly putting bullets into luggage in order to extort money from passengers.

 | Samantha Crook

Former Speaker Hastert Pleads Guilty In Hush-Money Case

The former House speaker could face up to six months in prison and a fine that could reach $750,000.

 | Kate Grumke

Scandals In Latin America Are Good For Fighting Corruption

Corruption scandals can shake countries' economic and political institutions, but they're a step away from impunity.

 | Kate Grumke

Hillary Clinton's Face Here Says It All

Hillary Clinton remained composed during her testimony before the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

 | Elizabeth Hagedorn

Clinton Hearing's Second Focus: Legitimacy Of The Hearing

The hearing was supposed to determine what happened in Libya in 2012, but much of the focus has been on whether Hillary Clinton is being targeted.

 | Kate Grumke

He Killed A Goat, Drank Its Blood And Wants To Be A Senator

A Florida Libertarian candidate running for U.S. Senate killed a goat and drank its blood two years ago. And now, it's coming back to bite him.

 | Katie Link

Clinton Got Phishing Emails While She Was Secretary Of State

The latest batch of Hillary Clinton's emails showed she received at least five scam emails which would have breached her computer had she opened them.

 | Steven Sparkman

Email Chain Raises Questions Over Hillary Clinton's Server

Emails between Hillary Clinton and David Petraeus are adding to Clinton's email controversy. But this time it's about timing, not content.

 | Jake Godin

Hillary Clinton's Emails: 'Deleted' Vs. 'Wiped'

Hillary Clinton's deleted State Department emails might still be recoverable, according to the company that managed her server.

 | Evan Thomas

Hillary Clinton On Her Emails: From Dismissive To Apologetic

Since March, Hillary Clinton has slowly become more apologetic about her email controversy that has, at times, overshadowed her presidential bid.

 | Christian Bryant

2 Hillary Clinton Emails Confirmed To Be 'Top Secret'

A second review of two emails from Hillary Clinton's private server confirms they contained classified information.

 | Jake Godin

Clinton Reportedly Paid State Dept Staffer To Run Her Server

According to the State Department, Bryan Pagliano never disclosed he had a source of outside income.

 | Evan Thomas

Guatemalan President Resigns Amid Corruption Scandal

Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina resigned amid a massive corruption scandal after a warrant was issued for his arrest.

 | Kate Grumke and Karen Rodriguez

From 'Parks And Rec' To Lavrov: Clinton's Latest Email Dump

The latest batch of emails from Hillary Clinton's private inbox has been released. The messages range from the mundane to insider politics.

 | Jake Godin

State Dept. To Release Biggest Batch Of Clinton Emails Yet

Monday, the State Department will release the largest batch of emails from Hillary Clinton's private server to date — more than 6,000 pages' worth.

 | Sebastian Martinez

The Supreme Court Is Blagojevich's Last Chance

Even with some of his convictions overturned, former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich will have to go to the Supreme Court if he hopes to be freed.

 | Steven Sparkman

Clinton's Headache Grows With 305 New Emails Under Scrutiny

Hillary Clinton's email headache is growing as 305 more emails have reportedly been flagged for review over potentially containing classified info.

 | Jake Godin

Now The FBI Is Looking Into Clinton's Private Email Server

The FBI has contacted Hillary Clinton's lawyer about files Clinton stored on her private email server while she was secretary of state.

 | Jake Godin

Clinton Email Scandal Could Become Criminal Investigation

The New York Times reports the Justice Department is considering a criminal probe into whether or not the emails contained classified information.

 | Kate Grumke

NY State Senator Found Guilty Of Lying To FBI

Tom Libous will lose his seat in New York's Senate after he was convicted of lying to investigators about a corruption case.

 | Steven Sparkman

Spokane NAACP President Quits Over Race Controversy

Rachel Dolezal says she's stepping down as president of the Spokane NAACP after questions over her race came to light last week.

 | Jake Godin and Matt Moreno

Are The Rubios' Tickets A Big Deal? Depends Whom You Ask

A story about Marco Rubio's traffic violations in The New York Times quickly led to accusations of bias.

 | Kate Grumke

'He Damaged Steve': Woman Says Hastert Abused Her Brother

In an interview with ABC, Jolene Burdge said former House Speaker Dennis Hastert sexually abused her brother while he was a high school student.

 | Elizabeth Hagedorn