Good morning. Here are 10 media stories.
Hillary Clinton's private email account used its own server, which is based in her family's New York home, The Associated Press reported on Tuesday. "Operating her own server would have afforded Clinton additional legal opportunities to block government or private subpoenas in criminal, administrative or civil cases because her lawyers could object in court before being forced to turn over any emails." The AP, like many other news organizations, has submitted public records requests in the last year for Clinton's emails from the State Department, "although the agency has never suggested that it didn't possess all her emails." (The Associated Press) | "...An examination of records requests sent to the department reveals how the practice protected a significant amount of her correspondence from the eyes of investigators and the public." (The New York Times) | "The use of private email addresses may explain the State Department’s puzzling response to several FOIA requests filed by Gawker in the past two years." (Gawker) | The Sunlight Foundation has five questions about Clinton's private email, including "What other damage has been done?" (Sunlight Foundation) | Vox has seven questions and answers about the whole mess, including that Colin Powell used personal email during his time as Secretary of State, although the "rules about retaining records of personal emails were somewhat more ambiguous." (Vox)
- Israeli media on Netanyahu's speech in Washington
Politicians and media organizations had a lot to say about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress.