FBI agents interviewed Hillary Clinton. Now what?


FBI agents interviewed Hillary Clinton for about 3 ½ hours Saturday morning at their headquarters in Washington, steering the probe into her private email server closer to an expected conclusion in coming weeks.

Clinton, who left office as Secretary of State in February 2013, used a private email and server hosted at her home in New York — inconsistent with long-established policies governing all federal agencies.

Clinton, the presumptive nominee on the Democratic ticket for president said the system was “absolutely permitted” and commonplace for private communications. But an independent State Department inspector general report in May said the use was not appropriate largely because it didn’t comply the Federal Records Act and was vulnerable to hackers.