Foster's sister wrote an op-ed published Thursday.
The race for campaign funds reflects Bernie Sanders’s determination to beat Hillary Clinton.
The Pentagon says the committee is making "unnecessary" requests.
“I give up. Call me on my home [number],” Clinton told an aide after an hour of technical troubles.
"I'm not familiar with the term 'security inquiry,'" James Comey said.
The Blade says Clinton will continue to advocate for LGBT rights.
Many Democrats believe Clinton has effectively clinched the nomination.
Luis Miranda said the party will be united behind a candidate by July.
Trump has a 67 percent unfavorable rating, with just 30 percent favorable.
The Associated Press called the race for Clinton two days after the Tuesday primary.
The TV personality said Clinton "needs to learn from the Bern!"
Clinton knocked Trump for "dumping" on the "right of people to protest."
Clinton allies worried about polls that suggest a tightening general election match-up.
Donald Trump also called the downed plane a "terrorist attack."
The report is endorsed by an informal Clinton adviser and possible candidate for Defense secretary.
The video was edited from a previous CNN debate.
Sanders said he will "fight for every last vote that we can get."
The survey reports Americans trust Obama and Clinton more with that decision.
Sanders is trailing behind Clinton in New York polling.
"Hillary Clinton put classified information on a server that was not secure," Michael Mukasey said.
Clinton said "you can't keep out the Internet."
Clinton's aides "were politely told to shut up and color," one staffer claims in new emails.
The Democratic front-runner called Trump's words "divisive" and "dangerous."
A new website promises to rebut Clinton's “dishonest claims."