Campaigns are easy marks for hackers, and this week, a Democrat running for re-election in a deeply red state announced that her staff recently came under attack.
Trump tweeted inaccurately that John Podesta refused to turn over the hacked DNC server to investigators. Podesta replied: "Dude, get your head in the game. You're representing the US at the G20."
In her most frank comments to date after losing to Donald Trump, the Democratic nominee said that events in the final 10 days of the campaign ultimately cost her the White House.
Donald Trump won. Hillary Clinton lost. But 2016 is the election that no one — not even Trump himself — can get over.
In the most public show of support yet for efforts to question the election results, Clinton's campaign chairman backs electors' request to receive an intelligence briefing before they vote.
Critics called on FBI Director James Comey to be more transparent about the new email investigation, which he announced just days before the general election.
The Florida senator, up for re-election, says he won't discuss leaked emails from political opponents, citing an effort by a foreign government to sway the U.S. election.
WikiLeaks is meting out a trove of hacked emails from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. The latest release includes commentary on Catholicism and risotto.