Here’s what data science tells us about Hillary Clinton’s emails

Hillary Clinton speaks during the first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. (Peter Foley/European Pressphoto Agency)With the reopened FBI inquiry into Hillary Clinton’s emails when she was secretary of state, Americans are once again considering what counts as negligence in how officials — and in particular, Clinton — handle potentially sensitive information. A recent Gallup poll found that the email controversy has dominated what voters hear about Clinton. A majority of those whom Rasmussen surveyed two weeks ago (53 percent) still think Clinton should have been indicted. Was Clinton guilty of “gross negligence” in handling state secrets? Critics assert that allowing classified information on an unclassified system “is unheard of and a major criminal offense,” indictable under the Espionage Act. Defenders say that what gets defined as secret is…


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