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It’s going to take a lot more than old emails to derail Hillary Clinton’s grasp of the Democratic presidential nomination next year.  Few voters really care how she communicated with her staff while serving as Secretary of State.  Republicans think they are circling the wagons in major attack mode.  But if they look in their own backyard, a number of GOP presidential wannabes, including Louisiana’s fair haired quixotic candidate Bobby Jindal, have the same problem of not following the law when it comes to producing emails. 

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What are Ambassador John Bolton’s plans for the upcoming Presidential elections 2016?  It had been reported that he has helped Bobby Jindal in the area of foreign policy.  Will he continue doing so, should Jindal decide to formally declare his candidacy for the nation’s highest job?

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|Hillary Clinton has yet to comment publicly on the controversy surrounding her private email server. CBS News Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with more from Washington, D.C.

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is urging the State Department to release the emails she wrote from a private account during her tenure at the head of the State Department. The special committee House Republicans created last year to investigate the 2012 attacks on a U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, want those emails.

The State Department, which has served as the middleman in the email-transfer process, is now coming under fire. They received 55,000 pages of documents from Clinton in December, 900 of which - about 300 emails - they turned over to the Benghazi committee.

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The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee urged former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to give a full explanation of why she used a private e-mail account for all her official correspondence during her four years as America's top diplomat. 

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., told NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday that Clinton "needs to step up and come out and say exactly what the situation was," adding that from "this point on, the silence is going to hurt her.

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President Obama says he first learned from news reports that his former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, used a private email account during her tenure, amid reports the White House and State Department may have known as far back as last August that Clinton did not use government email.

“The same time everybody else learned it, through news reports,” Obama told CBS’ Bill Plante, in response to a question of when the president learned of Clinton’s use of a private email account for conducting government business.

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|Many people, President Obama included, are weighing in on Hillary Clinton's email controversy from her time as secretary of state, except Clinton herself. Julianna Goldman reports on what is being left unsaid.

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President Obama says he first learned from news reports that his former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, used a private email account during her tenure, amid reports the White House and State Department may have known as far back as last August that Clinton did not use government email.

“The same time everybody else learned it, through news reports,” Obama told CBS’ Bill Plante, in response to a question of when the president learned of Clinton’s use of a private email account for conducting government business.

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President Obama says he first learned from news reports that his former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, used a private email account during her tenure, amid reports the White House and State Department may have known as far back as last August that Clinton did not use government email.

“The same time everybody else learned it, through news reports,” Obama told CBS’ Bill Plante, in response to a question of when the president learned of Clinton’s use of a private email account for conducting government business.

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Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, criticized Hillary Clinton Sunday for her radio silence on recent revelations about her private email server.

"From this point on...the silence is going to hurt her," Feinstein said in an interview on NBC News. "She is the leading candidate, whether it be Republican or Democrat, to be the next president."

Feinstein's comments come after a New York Times report revealed that the former Secretary of State exclusively used a private email address -- hosted on a private, "home-brewed" server -- to conduct official business during her cabinet tenure.

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