The FBI is not recommending charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private e-mail server while serving as Secretary of State.
The FBI director said while Clinton and her state department colleagues were "extremely careless" in handling highly-classified information, criminal charges are not warranted.
The announcement brings an end to more than a year of speculation into Clinton's e-mail use.
It was also arguably her biggest threat on the campaign trail as she faced a possible indictment over the issue. Joining FOX 7's Rebecca Thomas to share their perspectives is the director of Progress Texas, Glenn Smith and G.O.P. consultant, Matt Mackowiak