Justice Department Asked to Probe Hillary Clinton's Email Use: NYT

The New York Times reported on Thursday that the Justice Department is weighing a request by two government inspectors general to open a criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email account for her work as secretary of state. The inspectors general have asked the Justice Department to decide whether Clinton mishandled classified information while she was the nation's most senior diplomat. The Times said the Justice Department has not decided whether it will pursue a criminal inquiry, Clinton has repeatedly said she broke no laws or rules by using a standard government email account for her State Department work in favor of a private account linked to a computer server in her New York home. She has also said she sent no classified information through email.